When: 1989-10-15

Collection location: Gravatà, Pernambuco, Brazil [Click for map]

Who: Karl Soop (karlsoop)

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Notes:
Does anyone recognize this Polyporales species from broad-leaf forest in Brazil? On wood. Small, clustered caps 5-10 mm diam, whitish, soft, tough, tomentose, underside with pale tan-greyish pores ab. 5/mm.
Stipe short, 2 × 0.5 mm. Odour nil. Dictyophanes sp.?
— There is no control for adding an image and nothing under “How to use”, but I am hoping for the best.
Karl

[admin – Sat Aug 14 02:00:50 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘Gravatà, Brazil (Pernambuco)’ to ‘Gravatà, Pernambuco, Brazil’

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By: Karl Soop (karlsoop)
2011-10-27 07:07:08 MST (-0700)

…is what I tried to get, I rescanned the old slide in hi precision. The detail is the poroid hymenium that Danny wanted to look at. Some agaricoid genera have pores and/or lamellæ, Panellus is one of them with the cited species as an example. So Agaricomycetes sp. may be a good title after all.


By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2011-10-25 09:33:56 MST (-0700)

is one possibility, and it also happens to be a synonym of Dictyopanus pusillus. Would likely have to see more hymenophore detail to say for certain.

Sorry, Dictyopanus
By: Karl Soop (karlsoop)
2011-10-25 03:55:11 MST (-0700)

Thank you Danny, I misspelt the suggestion of genus. D. pusillus = Panellus pusillus is somewhat similar. Anyone know that one?

safest bet
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2011-10-24 23:53:24 MST (-0700)

is to call it a polypore, though not necessarily in the Polyporales. Dictyophanes isn’t a genus known to MycoBank or IndexFungorum.

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