Notes:
Effused-reflexed

Substrate: Decorticate, well decomposed log

Habitat: Northwest Andean montane forest (NT0145)

Collector(s): D. Newman & R. Vandegrift

Collection #: RLC1433

Photomicrography and molecular data forthcoming

Species Lists

Images

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Proposed Names

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70% (3)
Based on chemical features: ITS

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By: kurt miller (komille277)
2020-08-17 10:53:23 PDT (-0700)

molecular suggests T. cubensis, it must be. Do you have that documented somewhere? Too many T. lactinea ID’d as T. cubensis it would be good to use this observation as a confident example. The glabrous, white pileus with reddish bruising and the fact that it is azonate and sulcate fit pretty well with the description in North American polypores. If I am honest though, I still think it might be a washed out T. menziesii based on the large irregular pores. T. cubensis are round and ‘invisible’ to the naked eye

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