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 Add this item to the list   Ganoderma resinaceum Boud.,
   
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Remarks (internal):Basidiocarps of G. resinaceum may be confused with G. chalceum, which however has a black band in the context. 
Description type:Non-original description 
Description:Ganoderma resinaceum Boud.,
Bull. Soc. Mycol. Fr. 5:72, 1889. - Ganoderma chaffangeonii Pat., Bull. Soc. Mycol. Fr. 5:74, 1889. - Ganoderma sessile Murrill, Bull. Torr. Bot. Cl. 29:604, 1902. - Polyporus polychromus Copel., Ann. Mycol. 2:507, 1904. - Ganoderma praelongum Murrill, N. Am Fl. 9:121, 1908. - Ganoderma argillaceum Murrill, N. Am. Fl. 9:122, 1908. - Ganoderma subperforatum Atk., Bot. Gaz. 46:337, 1908. - G. areolatum Murrill, Bull. N. Y. Bot. Gard. 8:149, 1912. - Ganoderma subtuberculosum Murrill, Lloydia 7:326, 1944. - Ganoderma pulverulentum Murrill, North Am. Fl. 9:121, 1908.
Basidiocarps perennial, pileate, stipitate with a short, round expanding stipe or dimidiate to broadly attached, corky to woody, often large, 15 x 40 x 10 cm; upper surface flat, sulcate, gla­brous, with a distinct cuticle in section, at first reddish and glossy, with age more reddish brown to bay and dull due to a excreted resinous layer which becomes yellowish when crushed and melts in a match flame; pore surface creamy white at first, later ochraceous to pale greyish with brown tints, pores angular to circular, about 3 per mm; context pale greyish brown with a darker zone just above the tubes, up to 6 cm thick at the base; tube layers concolorous with pore surface, up to 3 cm thick, usually without distinct stratification.
Hyphal system dimitic; generative hyphae hyaline, thin-walled, with clamps, 2-5 ?m in diam, difficult to observe in dried specimens; skeletal hyphae abundant, thick-walled, yellowish brown, unbranched or with a few distal branches, 3-6 ?m in diam, sometimes with lateral blunted outgrowths, these usually separated from the main stem by a simple septum.
Cuticle of a vertical palisade of amyloid, club-like apical cells, at least 50 ?m long.
Basidia not seen.
Basidiospores ellipsoid, brown, 9-11.5 x 5-7 ?m.
Substrata. Numerous hardwoods.
Distribution. More or less cosmopolitan from the tropics to the southern part of the temperate zone.
 
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