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

7 Nov 2014 at OSGR: SU20 in South Hants, England

Record Summaryon underside of dead, very rotten, fragment of Beech wood
Found asFruitbody
Date7 November 2014
Associated organismFagus sylvatica
OS grid refOSGR: SU20
Lat/Lon50° 50' N, 1° 40' W
Vice CountySouth Hants, VC no: 11
Voucher7 Nov 2014[F]
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Notes: White resupinate poroid fruitbody; bruises slowly brownish red, then darkens to brown after half an hour.

Spore print: white, non-amyloid.

Spores: hyaline, globose, with large oil drop, 5-6/4.5-6µm, cyanophilic.

Basidia: 4-spored, not clamped at base.

Cystidioles: fusiform, hyaline.

Hyphae: 4-6µm diam., hyaline, smooth, cylindrical, septate, non-clamped, some septa with large dolipore; basal hyphae similar, thicker walled and up to 7µm diam.

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