Observation 90719: Antrodiella Ryvarden & I. Johans.
When: 2012-03-22
No herbarium specimen

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Used references: Ricardo Valenzuela
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Recognized by sight
Used references: Ricardo Valenzuela

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the MO tropical polypore line
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2012-03-22 18:07:23 PDT (-0700)

has been cast into one Leif Ryvarden’s pond. we’ll see if he bites.

Reasons for Trichaptum
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2012-03-22 17:06:33 PDT (-0700)

dull beige, zonate, aggregated fruitbodies, and the purple tones to the cap.

Compare to the uppersurface of these:
observation 90729

A very few of the frbs in the first picture could be pale pored (one actually looks pretty clearly pale-pored).

Looking through the Trichaptum obsies on MO look shows that there is plenty of potential for white, undifferentiated tissue in young frbs (especially near the attachment, and thus looking like tiny pores):

observation 67992
observation 50986
observation 26072
observation 13794

Otherwise, I’d say something trametoid, but there are gobs of tropical polypores, so yeah, we need more info.

By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2012-03-22 15:45:42 PDT (-0700)



I only see white, probably tiny-pored hymenium (on those few fruit bodies where hymenium is visible). Why Trichaptum?

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