Name: Fomitiporia Murrill
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Nomenclature:

Rank: Genus

Status: Accepted

Name: Fomitiporia

Author: Murrill

Citation: Murrill, W.A., 1907, North American Flora 9(1): 7 / Murrill, W.A. 1907. Polyporaceae, Part 1. North American Flora. 9(1):1-72

Deprecated Synonyms: Phellinus sect. Fomitiporia (Murrill) Zmitr., Malysheva & Spirin

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Habitat: On live and dead hardwoods and conifers, causing a uniform white
rot or a white pocket rot.
Basidiomata pileate, reflexed, and effuse, perennial, woody, hard; pileus applanate, hoof-like, triquetrous, 3–15 cm wide × 8–28 cm long × 3–20 cm thick; pileus surface pale yellowish brown, golden brown, tomentose, gla- brous, crust-like and rimose, sulcate; context woody, yellowish brown to reddish brown, soft to woody, up to 3 cm thick, xanthochroic; tubes strati- fied, pale brown to golden brown; pore surface yellowish brown, greyish brown, dark reddish brown to purplish brown, dull; pores round to angular, 4–9 per millimetre.
Hyphal systems dimitic and, in F. repanda, trimitic. Generative hyphae 1–5 μm diameter with simple septa, walls hyaline to brown, thin to thick; skeletal hyphae 2–5 μm diameter with rare simple septa, walls thin to thick, pale yellowish brown to dark brown; binding hyphae 2.5–4.5 μm diameter, walls brown; setae in the hymenium of F. repanda and F. robusta, 18–37 × 5–8 μm; cystidioles in the hymenium of three species distinctive, clavate with an elongated, finger-like apex, 25–50 × 5–8 μm; basidia clavate to broadly clavate, 9.5–14.0 × 4.5–9.5 μm, four sterigmate; basidiospores broad- ly ellipsoid to globose, either 4.0–5.5 × 3.0–4.5 μm or 6.0–8.5 × 5.0–7.0 μm, walls hyaline, thick, dextrinoid or, in F. repanda, not dextrinoid.
1a Basidiomata on hardwoods…………………………………………………………2 1b Basidiomata on conifers……………………………………………………………..3 2a Basidiomata effuse……………………………………………………….F. punctata 2b Basidiomata pileate………………………………………………………..F. robusta 3a Basidiomata pileate……………………………………………………… F. repanda 3b Basidiomata effuse…………………………………………………………………… 4 4a Basidiospores 4.0–5.5 × 3.0–4.5 μm, walls not
dextrinoid …………………………………………………………………. F. repanda 4b Basidiospores 6.0–8.5 × 5–7 μm, walls of some
dextrinoid …………………………………………………………………… F. tsugina

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Created: 2009-10-11 19:49:07 BST (+0100) by Erlon (Herbert Baker)
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