Name: Inonotus radiatus (Sowerby) P. Karst.
Most Confident Observations:
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Rank: Species

Status: Deprecated

Name: Inonotus radiatus

Author: (Sowerby) P. Karst.

Citation: Revue mycol., Toulouse 3(no. 9): 19 (1881)

Preferred Synonyms:Xanthoporia radiata (Sowerby) Ţura, Zmitr., Wasser, Raats & Nevo

Deprecated Synonyms: Mensularia radiata (Sowerby) Lázaro Ibiza, Boletus radiatus Sowerby, Fomes variegatus Secr., Inoderma radiatum (Sowerby) Fr., Inodermus radiatus (Sowerby) Quél., Inonotus radiatus f. resupinatus (Bourdot & Galzin) Donk, Inonotus radiatus f. subexcarnis (Bourdot & Galzin) Pegler, Inonotus radiatus var. cephalanthi (Overh.) Pegler, Inonotus radiatus var. cucullatus (Berk. & M.A. Curtis) Pegler, Inonotus radiatus var. licentii Pilát, Inonotus radiatus var. resupinatus (Bourdot & Galzin) Pegler, Inonotus radiatus var. scrobiculatus P. Karst., Microporus aureonitens (Pat.) Kuntze, Microporus radiatus (Sowerby) Kuntze, Ochroporus radiatus (Sowerby) J. Schröt., Polyporus aureonitens Pat., Polyporus coffeaceus Velen., Polyporus cucullatus Berk. & M.A. Curtis, Polyporus radiatus (Sowerby) Fr., Polyporus radiatus subsp. pallescens Pers., Polyporus radiatus (Sowerby) Fr. subsp. radiatus, Polyporus radiatus var. betulicolus Henn., Polyporus radiatus var. cephalanthi Overh., Polyporus radiatus var. rubiginosus Pers., Polystictus aureonitens (Pat.) Sacc., Polystictus radiatus (Sowerby) Fr., Polystictus scrobiculatus (P. Karst.) Sacc., Trametes radiata (Sowerby) Fr., Xanthochrous aureonitens (Pat.) Pat., Xanthochrous radiatus (Sowerby) Pat., Xanthochrous radiatus f. resupinatus Bourdot & Galzin, Xanthochrous radiatus f. subexcarnis Bourdot & Galzin ex Pilát

Brief Description:

Cap: Usually present and well developed, but sometimes present merely as a folded-over edge above a spreading pore surface; up to 7 cm across and 6 cm deep; semicircular to kidney-shaped; often arranged in shelves and sometimes fused laterally with other caps; usually convex to planoconvex; very finely velvety when young, becoming bald with age; yellowish to orangish at first, becoming yellowish brown and eventually darkening to dark brown or black; often zoned; the margin thin and often wrinkled.

Pore Surface: Yellowish brown when young, becoming brown; with 3-5 angular pores per mm; tubes to 8 mm deep.

Stem: Absent.

Flesh: Yellowish brown to reddish brown; corky; faintly zoned.

Chemical Reactions: Flesh black with KOH.

Spore Print: Yellowish to brownish.

Spores 5-6.5 × 3-4.5 µ; smooth; ellipsoid; hyaline to faintly yellowish in KOH; inamyloid or faintly dextrinoid. Hymenial setae scattered; to about 50 × 12 µ; fusoid; often with a swollen base. Setal hyphae absent. Hyphae thin- to thick-walled; 3-7 µ wide; simple-septate

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