Antrodia xantha (Fr.) Ryvarden, (yellow porecrust)


5 Sep 2000 at OSGR: TQ02 in West Sussex, England

Record Summaryunder fallen, very rotten, decorticate Beech log
Found asFruitbody
Date5 September 2000
Associated organismFagus sylvatica
OS grid refOSGR: TQ02
Lat/Lon51° 0' N, 0° 30' W
Vice CountyWest Sussex, VC no: 13
CountySussex
CountryEngland
Voucher5 Sep 2000[D]
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Notes: Taste: mild.
Hyphae: monomitic, clamped, with round crystalline inclusions in 50%NH4OH.
Spores: cyanophilous, non-amyloid, 3/1.3µm, arcute, with 2 oil drops.

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