Physisporinus sanguinolentus (Alb. & Schwein.) Pilát, (bleeding porecrust)

6 Oct 2002 at OSGR: SU26 in North Wilts, England

Record Summaryon underside of old dead Ganoderma on Beech stump
Found asFruitbody
Date6 October 2002
Associated organismGanoderma
OS grid refOSGR: SU26
Lat/Lon51° 20' N, 1° 40' W
Vice CountyNorth Wilts, VC no: 7
Voucher6 Oct 2002[A]
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Notes: White resupinate polypore, bruising bright rusty-red after a few minutes and then darkening to almost black after an hour or so.
Spores: globose, 4-5µm diam, smooth, hyaline, with oil-droplet.
Spore print: white, non-amyloid.
Hyphae near base of fruitbody with polygonal to sub-stellate crystals.

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