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Gibbosa is more common in the Noth like canada, do not think canada has a elegans record. elegans is more common in the south butr the can overlap.
Looks the same as what I would call Trametes elegans. Its the look alike for Trametes gibbosa. Both are the same color slight differences macroscopically. I often see tramentes gibbbosa as a biannual and yet to see elegans with 2 different years of growth but not sure how accurate that feature is.
now here :))
Is this the same species that was called Pseudotrametes or Trametes gibbosa?
Created: 2012-01-08 13:46:20 PST (-0800)
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