Collection location: Eberwhite Nature Area, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA [Click for map]
Project: Alden Dirks – Personal Collection
: Alden C. Dirks
: Mixed hardwood forest
: Side of large fallen log (oak?)
: Resupinate, effused, poroid fruiting body extending over a meter on the side of a large fallen hardwood trunk; overall deep orange coloration interspersed with whiter or more yellow areas at close inspection, bruising vinaceous red; hymenophore ceraceous with 5-7 pores per mm; hymenium subtended by a vinaceous context; white spore print
: Basidiospores: narrowly cylindrical, straight to curved, small, hyaline, inamyloid, uniseriate; length (3.7) 4.2-4.9 (5) µm, x̄ = 4.6 µm; width (1.3) 1.5-1.8 (2) µm, x̄ = 1.6 µm; Q (2.4) 2.6-3.1 (3.4), x̄ = 2.8; n = 30 basidiospores measured in tap water.
Basidia: Clavate with four sterigmata and no basal clamp; basidia length (9.6) 10.5-15.5 (18) µm, x̄ = 13 µm; width (3.8) 4-4.8 (5) µm, x̄ = 4.4 µm; Q (2) 2.3-3.7 (4.7), x̄ = 3; sterigmata length (2.2) 2.3-3.1 (3.3) µm, x̄ = 2.7 µm; n = 10 basidia and sterigmata measured in KOH, with or without phloxine.
Hyphal system: Monomitic, all hyphae with simple septa; subicular hyphae thick-walled; subhymenial hyphae thin-walled tightly running parallel and difficult to discern, coated with small granules; subicular hyphae width (2.8) 2.8-3.6 (3.9) µm, x̄ = 3.2 µm; subicular hyphae wall thickness (0.8) 0.6-1.3 (2) µm, x̄ = 1 µm; subhymenial hyphae width (2.8) 3-3.7 (3.8) µm, x̄ = 3.3 µm; n = 10 subicular hyphae and 10 subhymenial hyphae measured in KOH stained with phloxine.
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