Growing on hardwood sticks. Effused-reflexed with a hairy cap. Locally common. Setae present. Dimitic. Generative hyphae simple septate. Could not find unambiguous spores but this seems to be a pretty distinctive species.

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Skeletal hyphae at 400x in Melzer’s
Setae at 400x in Melzer’s

Proposed Names

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Used references: Núñez, M., & Ryvarden, L. (2000). East Asian Polypores Vol. 1. Ganodermataceae and Hymenochaetaceae. Synopsis Fungorum, 13.
Hattori, T. (1999). Phellinus setifer sp. nov. and P. acontextus, two noteworthy polypores from temperate areas of Japan, with notes on their allies. Mycoscience, 40(6), 483-490.
Dai, Y. C. (2010). Hymenochaetaceae (Basidiomycota) in China. Fungal Diversity, 45(1), 131-343.

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