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Remarks (internal):The species is recognized by the pinkish to lilac pore surface and a soft consistency. Microscopically the verticillate clamps on the contextual generative hyphae mixed with simple septate ones are diagnostic. 
Description type:Non-original description 
Description:Wrightoporia bracei (Murr.) Lindblad & Ryvarden, Mycotaxon 71;357, 1999. - Polyporus bracei Murr. Mycologia 13;91,1921. - Amylosporus wrightii Rajchenb., Mycotaxon 16;500, 1983.
Basidiocarp annual to perennial, resupinate, widely effused, up to 8 mm thick, soft when fresh and of light consistency when dry, easily detached from the substrate, pore surface pale violet to pink or lilac, pores angular, 5-7 per mm, in places irregular in dry basidiocarps, tubes and context concolorous with tubes in fresh condition becoming darker when dry, the context cottony and soft, up to 4 mm deep. Hyphal system dimitic, generative hyphae of two kinds, those of the context with simple or multiple clamps, up to 10 µm wide, otherwise the generative hyphae have simple septa, 3-10 µm wide, skeletal hyphae thick-walled, chestnut coloured to hyaline, in places branched and then simulating generative hyphae, 2.5-7 µm wide and with a variable dextrinoid reaction. Cystidia and other sterile hymenial elements absent. Basidia clavate with 4 sterigmata and a simple septum at the base, 12-14 x 57 µm. Basidiospores broadly ellipsoid to subglobose, slightly asperulate, thin- to slightly thickwalled, 3-3.5 x 2.5 µm, distinctly amyloid.
Substrata: Known only from unknown hardwoods.
Distribution: From the Bahamas to Northern Argentine.
 
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