Growing at the base of Terminalia catappa in urban coastal environment. Very hard, durable basidiome. Pileus ferruginous, finely velutinate especially at margin, becoming crustose. Pores about 5-6/mm. Spores subglobose to broadly ellipsoid, about 5-6×4, many collapsed in hymenium, thin walled or appearing to have a slight double wall, hyaline or translucent yellow/brown in h20, hardly changing in KOH or IKI. No setae observed in trama or context.


Spores in KOH
Spores in H20

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29% (1)
Recognized by sight
Used references: Taxonomy and phylogeny of Pyrrhoderma: a redefinition, the segregation of Fulvoderma gen. nov. and four new species (2018)
Based on microscopic features: Setae absent, spores thin walled, not dextrinoid
57% (1)
Recognized by sight
Used references: Dr. Vlasák

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