Notes:
Growing on the pore surface of a Trametes aesculi (?) on a fallen tulip tree (?). Pore surface drying light purple. Did not notice clamp connections in the hyphae. Seemed to be monomitic. Spores smooth. Spore measurements from Piximetre: (3.5) 3.6 – 4.3 (5) × (1.6) 1.7 – 2.3 (4.1) µm, Q = (1.1) 1.8 – 2.3 ; N = 20, Me = 4 × 2.1 µm ; Qe = 2
Individual spores: 3.58 × 1.88 µm, 4.99 × 2.32 µm, 3.88 × 1.72 µm, 4.22 × 1.83 µm, 4.25 × 2.21 µm, 3.48 × 1.97 µm, 3.66 × 2.08 µm, 4.10 × 1.85 µm, 4.19 × 1.80 µm, 3.87 × 2.11 µm, 3.85 × 1.64 µm, 3.80 × 2.08 µm, 4.06 × 2.15 µm, 4.32 × 4.06 µm, 4.32 × 2.03 µm, 3.87 × 2.10 µm, 3.49 × 1.72 µm, 4.15 × 1.85 µm, 3.98 × 2.34 µm, 3.82 × 2.17 µm

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Images

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Dried fruiting body
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Hymenium at 400x in NH4OH (2 drops), phloxine (1 drop) and congo red (1 drop)
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Hymenium at 400x in NH4OH (2 drops), phloxine (1 drop) and congo red (1 drop)
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Spore at 1000x in NH4OH (2 drops), phloxine (1 drop) and congo red (1 drop)

Proposed Names

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Used references: Gilbertson, R. L., & Ryvarden, L. (1986). North American polypores. Vol. I. Abortiporus-Lindtneria. North American polypores. Vol. I. Abortiporus-Lindtneria., Gilbertson, R. L., & Ryvarden, L. (1987). North American Polypores Vol. 2. Megasporoporia-Wrightoporia. North American Polypores Vol. 2. Megasporoporia-Wrightoporia., 437-885.
57% (1)
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Based on microscopic features: Spore size

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