Observation 9866: Inonotus P. Karst.
When: 2008-08-22
Who: revets2
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: This is growing on the side of a dead Siberean Elm tree in the middle of summer. It appeared in late July 2008.


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Recognized by sight: Spore print bright ochre; cap surface densely tomentose; annual; flesh dark brown; quite spongy where actively growing but turning hard and corky when mature; pore surface brown; pores fine (~2 per mm).
Used references: Arora’s Mushrooms Demystified
Based on microscopic features: spores smooth, yellow-brown, ellip, 6.4-7.2 × 4.3-5.8 µm (too small to be I. hispidus)
Based on chemical features: K+ black flesh, K+ deep red on fresh cap surface

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