Ceriporiopsis pannocincta

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Ceriporiopsis pannocincta

10 October 2016 Hampshire. Photograph copyright Leif Goodwin

Synonymns

Gloeoporus pannocinctus

Fruiting Body

Resupinate, white to yellow, sometimes with a green tinge, becoming brown with age, pores small 6 to 8 per mm, 1 to 4 mm thick, to 1 m or more across

Flesh

Firm, white to yellow

Smell

Strong, unpleasant

Season

Autumn to spring

Distribution

Infrequent

Habitat

On dead wood from deciduous trees, usually recorded on beech

Spore Print

White

Microscopic Features

Spores sausage shaped, smooth, hyaline (3.5-4.5) x (0.7-0.9) µm2. Hyphal system monomitic, generative hyphae with clamps. Cystidia not present. Basidioles cylindrical to spindle shaped. Basidia club shaped with two to four spores.

Edibility

Inedible

Notes

Believed to be a recent arrival with the first British record in 1991 in South Hampshire

Additional Photographs

Ceriporiopsis pannocincta

10 October 2016 Hampshire. Photograph copyright Leif Goodwin

Ceriporiopsis pannocincta

10 October 2016 Hampshire. Photograph copyright Leif Goodwin

Ceriporiopsis pannocincta

Spores in Melzer's solution viewed with a x100 immersion objective. 10 October 2016 Hampshire. Photograph copyright Leif Goodwin

Ceriporiopsis pannocincta

Hyphae with clamps in Congo Red solution viewed with a x40 objective. . Photograph copyright Leif Goodwin

Ceriporiopsis pannocincta

8 October 2020 Hampshire. Photograph copyright Leif Goodwin

Ceriporiopsis pannocincta

Spores in Congo Red solution viewed with a x100 immersion objective. 8 October 2020 Hampshire. Photograph copyright Leif Goodwin