Name: Porodaedalea pini
Author: (Brot.) Murrill
Citation: Bull. Torrey bot. Club 32(7): 367 (1905)
Deprecated Synonyms: Phellinus pini (Brot.) Bondartsev & Singer, Boletus pini Brot., Daedalea pini (Brot.) Fr., Polyporus pini (Brot.) Pers., Trametes pini (Brot.) Fr., Fomes pini (Brot.) P. Karst., Ochroporus pini (Brot.) J. Schröt., Trametites pini (Brot.) Mesch., Xanthochrous pini (Brot.) Pat., Phellinus pini (Brot.) A. Ames, Inonotus pini (Brot.) Teixeira, Fomes pini f. microporus Pilát, Boletus pini Thore, Polyporus pini Rostk., Daedalea vorax Harkn., Trametes gausapata Berk. & Ravenel ex Cooke, Daedaloides pinicola Lázaro Ibiza, Daedalea jezoënsis Yamano
Sanctioning name :
Daedalea pini (Brot.) Fr., Systema Mycologicum 1: 336 (1821) [MB#444128]
Boletus pini Brot., Flora Lusitanica 2: 468 (1804) [MB#233528]
Pileus hard, typically ungulate, conchate or effused-reflexed in varieties, often imbricate, 5-8 X 7-12 X 5-8 em., smaller in varieties; surface very rough, deeply sulcate, tomentose, tawny- brown, becoming rimose and almost black with age; margin rounded or acute, tomentose, ferruginous to tawny-cinnamon, entire, sterile in large specimens; context soft-corky to indurate, ferruginous, 5-10 mm. thick, thinner in small specimens; tubes stratified, white to avellaneous within, becoming ferruginous at maturity and in the older layers, 5 mm. long each season, much shorter in thin specimens, mouths irregular, circular or daedale- oid, often radially elongate, averaging I to a mm., edges fer- ruginous to grayish-umbrinous, glistening when young, rather thin, entire; spores subglobose, smooth, hyaline at maturity, becoming brownish with age, 5-Q X 3-4 J.t; cystidia abundant, short, 25-35 X 4-Q J.t.
Very common throughout on living trunks of conifers, causing a serious heart-rot. The variation in the shape of the hymeno- phores is exceedingly confusing. Miiller recently confirms Hartig’s statement that this species also causes a dry rot in pine and fir.
Collected by : I. Melo and J. Cardoso
Collectors number : 6170
Collection date : 15/01/1994
Country (state) :
Location details : Estremadura, Almada, Fonte da Telha, on live Pinus pinaster Ait.
Host : Pinus pinaster
Status : Neotype
“This study provides evidence for the taxonomy of some isolates of the Porodaedalea Holarctic Group in North America: grouping with P. laricis or with P. gilbertsonii suggests that the isolates belong to these species. The absence of P. pini (in a form recognized in Europe) in North America is suggested.” ‘Phylogenetic relationships among Porodaedalea pini from Poland and related Porodaedalea species’ (2014) http://link.springer.com/article/10.2478%2Fs11535-014-0293-2
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