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Observation 135022: Polyporales sensu lato

Notes:
I find and observe many polypores? and often wonder if they have been recorded. There are so many of differing shapes and colours I find it hard to not show them. This particular specimen is uncommon and I have kept a dried specimen for availability if requested.

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Ian,
By: Gerhard Koller (Gerhard)
2013-05-31 03:41:52 AST (-0400)

like in Boletales the Polyporales ss. lat. are still poorly known down under.
E.g., the president from our mycological society some years ago found a brightly yellow colored very striking polypore in the tropical forests of Northern Queensland that still had been overlooked all the years! You wouldn’t think such a beauty to be left unnoticed for so long but it was. For polypores the right person would be Ryvarden.