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Wow this looks very differnt from our eastern B. adusta, whihc almost always grows on aspenand is much thinnner with much more shallow and smaller pores. I think this is another example of the east/west polypore identification problem. Someone needs to work on that…
I think it was on Pine. Most likely Monterey Pine.
I may be using this species shortly for biormediation purposes. Do you remember what it was growing off of/out of?