abundant hymenial setae and cylindrical or ellipsoid basidiospores, which are hyaline, thin-walled and non-dextrinoid.
The holotype was collected in North Carolina, USA.
I’d think that 16 years since the 2002 pub would be enough time for MB or IF to catch up if they were going to accept the new name. What’s going on?
This name is valid: Fuscoporia gilva (Schwein.) T. Wagner & M. Fisch., Mycologia 94(6): 1013 (2002)
This taxon is not related to the type species for Phellinus based on DNA evidence but instead related to the other Fuscoporia species.
Mycologia. 2002 Nov-Dec;94(6):998-1016.
Proceedings towards a natural classification of the worldwide taxa Phellinus s.l. and Inonotus s.l., and phylogenetic relationships of allied genera.
Wagner T, Fischer M.
Phellinus gilvus (Schwein.) Pat., Essai Tax. Hyménomyc. (Lons-le-Saunier): 82 (1900)
Fuscoporia gilva (Schwein.) T. Wagner & M. Fisch., Mycologia 94(6): 1013 (2002)