When: 2017-05-22

Collection location: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada [Click for map]

48.438°N 123.391°W 25m [Click for map]

Who: susanellenton

No specimen available

on wet wood – the well-rotted stump of a white ‘horse’ chestnut tree (tree cut down 20 years ago). Cap and stalk felted, dull lilac when fresh, cap becoming light gold-brown with age. Rather tough flesh. No staining or bruising.


Copyright © 2017 susan ellenton
Copyright © 2017 susan ellenton
Copyright © 2017 susan ellenton

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The cap surfaces…
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2017-05-22 23:23:35 CDT (-0500)

appear to be scaly, rather than hairy.

My first impression was Panus rudis (which apparently has been changed to Panus neostrigosus). But this species has hairy caps. Panus conchatus is similar, except the cap surface is basically smooth.

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