Collection location: Port Charlotte, Florida, USA [Click for map]
Specimen kindly sent to me from Florida for study. Growing in woodchips. I suspected T.colossus from the photos, and confirmed via microscopy due to massive spore size and presence of chlamydospores.
Spores average 17x 10.9µm Qe= 1.6 Very large for Ganoderma spores.
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Is fairly tropical, especially when you get onto the bit between the Atlantic and the Gulf. Most of the Gulf states are at least subtropical in climate I think. Very warm and very humid. Recently Amauroderma a tropical Genus is the Ganodermataceae was reported from Florida for the first time. I had suspected as much as I have seen people posting specimens that looked like Amauroderma from Florida for years but could never get someone to send me one.
Indeed tomophagus i always suspected it was just a tropical polypore. While i know that florida is hot i never suspected to be a tropical climate.
At first I thought the calibration was off when I started measuring due to the large size.
17.70 x 11.48
16.19 x 11.03
15.89 x 10.83
18.10 x 12.09
16.13 x 11.49
15.64 x 9.70
18.66 x 11.95
16.87 x 10.84
17.90 x 10.29
16.47 x 9.61
15.89 x 10.53
18.08 x 11.34
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