Notes:
Growing from the sides of a fallen decorticated oak.

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I was wrong
By: Jacob Kalichman (Pulk)
2018-03-04 03:49:42 GMT (+0000)

After seeing Daedalea quercina in real life, this looks way more like that than it does Gloeophyllum.

Doesn’t look at all like a Gloeophyllum to me
By: Django Grootmyers (heelsplitter)
2017-12-19 03:52:49 GMT (+0000)

I can see the similarities between Gloeophyllum striatum and Daedaleopsis confragosa and Daedaleopsis septentrionalis but the dissipiments here are much thicker as are the fruiting bodies themselves. I may be getting access to sequencing for Ohio specimens through the North American Mycoflora Project but this would be a low priority. This looks like a fairly typical Daedalea quercina to me.

Some of the observations on MO as Gloeophyllum striatum do at least look appear to be something other than a Daedaleopsis or Daedalea.

Sequence it
By: Jacob Kalichman (Pulk)
2017-12-19 03:43:53 GMT (+0000)

What everyone was calling “Gloeophyllum striatum” I think is a Daedaleopsis. This looks like a real Gloeophyllum to me.

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