Collection location: Graham Hill Rd. near Quarry Rd., Santa Cruz Co., California, USA [Click for map]
Project: Mushrooms of Santa Cruz County
Observation refers to beige crust at lower right
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it’s even sort of merulioid/phlebioid on the effused parts, but the “veins”/“wrinkles” are more pendant. no alternative theories here, but I created the Merulioid Fungi list on account of the many genera with similar hymenia and habits. it wouldn’t surprise me if much of what has been casually called Phlebia over and over isn’t in fact something else.
White upper surface, pale to ochraceous underside, growth largely resupinate with a few shelving bits, hymenium smooth to wrinkly on crusty parts, more veined/merulioid on shelving parts.
That said, I’m totally open to other suggestions…
or IDed by field characters? if the latter, I’m curious how to spot this.
Created: 2016-01-20 03:34:12 CST (+0800)
Last modified: 2016-01-20 03:46:13 CST (+0800)
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