Preferred Name(s): Trametes cinnabarina (Jacq.) Fr.
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Could be P. sanguineous
Or the location where you found this?
There are four Pycnoporus species worldwide.
P. cinnabarinus is temperate in occurrence (temperate to boreal Asia, Europe and North America).
P. coccineus is mainly restricted to the Southern hemisphere in Australia to South America.
P. sanguineus is pan-tropical to subtropical.
There is another one in Africa which I can’t remember the name now. It has been described rather recently.
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