Name: Pyropolyporus praerimosus
Citation: Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 30 (2): 115 (1903) [MB#152079]
Preferred Synonyms:Fulvifomes everhartii (Ellis &. Gall.) Murrill
Deprecated Synonyms: Phellinus everhartii (Ellis & Galloway) A. Ames, Mucronoporus everhartii Ellis & Galloway, Scindalma everhartii (Ellis & Galloway) Kuntze, Pyropolyporus everhartii (Ellis & Galloway) Murrill, Fomes everhartii (Ellis & Galloway) H. Schrenk & Spauld., Fomitiporia everhartii
Collected by : Earle
Collection date : jul 1900
Country (state) :
Location details : in the El Capitan Mountains
Substrate details : Quercus undulata, 7.000ft.
Status : Type
Literature: North American Flora, New York Botanical Garden, Part 2, Pg. 105 (1908)
10. Pyropolyporus praerimosus Murrill, Bull. Torrey
Club 30: 115. 1903.
A large ungulate plant with plane brown hymenium and a very rimose blackish surface.
Pileus woody, rounded-ungulate, 8-12 X 7-10 X 8-11 cm.; surface exceedingly rimose after the first year, broadly furrowed, the projecting ridges splitting away in age, very dark-brown to black; margin obtuse, velvety, rusty to hoary: context corky to woody, concentrically banded, fulvous, 0.5 cm. or less thick; tubes indistinctly stratified, 1-2 cm. long each season, 3 to a mm., concolorous within and without with the context, mouths rounded to polygonal, ochraceous at first, edges rather thick, obtuse, becoming thin and often splitting in age: spores globose, smooth, deep-ferruginous, 3—4;l; spines ferruginous, 10—17 X 5—10,um; largest at the base.
Habitat: Trunks of Quercus undulata
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