Observation 87628: Microporellus flabelliformis
When: 2012-02-10
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Growing on decaying branch of Tibouchina under heavy canopy.

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Eye3
Used references: Mushrooms of Hawaii – Hemmes & Desjardin
28% (1)
Used references: Cunningham, G. H. 1965. Polyporaceae of New Zealand. Bulletin 164. Gov’t Printer, Wellington, New Zealand. 304p

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it looks that way
By: John Plischke (John Plischke)
2012-02-11 19:31:26 GMT (+0000)

Microporus flabelliformis (Klotzsch) Pat. 1898, (also see Species Fungorum: Microporus affinis); Polyporaceae
Microporus flabelliformis var. crenatolobatus Pat. 1908; Polyporaceae
Microporus flabelliformis var. flabelliformis (Klotzsch) Pat. 1898; Polyporaceae
Microporus flabellum (Mont.) Kuntze 1898, (also see Species Fungorum: Phellinus gilvus); Hymenochaetaceae
Microporus flavidus (Berk.) Kuntze 1898, (also see Species Fungorum: Inonotus flavidus); Hymenochaetaceae

Can’t find this species
By: Robert Sasata (Sasata)
2012-02-11 15:26:06 GMT (+0000)

… on Fungorum or MycoBank. Is this supposed to be Microporus flabelliformis (=Microporus affinis)?

I have collected
By: John Plischke (John Plischke)
2012-02-11 07:42:08 GMT (+0000)

I have collected Microporellus flabelliformis in hawaii before. Its one of the more common species in some locations on the wet side. Its a good mushroom for papermaking. I have a photo up on the nemf web site of it.

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