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 Add this item to the list  Inonotus duportii (Pat.)Ryvarden.
Page number:110 
Remarks (internal):The ellipsoid, dark brown and large basidiospores, the lack of setae and the semistipitate basidiocarp should make this species rather easy to recognize.  
Description type:Non-original description 
Description:Inonotus duportii (Pat.)Ryvarden.
Basionym: Xanthochrous duportii Pat. Bull. Soc. Mycol. Fr. 28:34, 1912 (FH).
Basidiocarps annual, pileate, laterally to almost centrally stipitate, applanate, up to 2.5 cm wide and long, 1 cm thick, soft when fresh, brittle and hard when dried, but of light consistency, upper surface dull azonate, adpressed velutinate, rusty to deep cinnamon brown, pore surface rusty brown, pores angular, 2-3 per mm, tubes concolorous, up to 5 mm deep, context up to 5 mm thick rusty brown.
Hyphal system monomitic, generative hyphae with simple septa, hyaline to pale rusty brown, thick-walled, 3-7 ?m wide.
Hymenial setae absent.
Basidia not seen.
Basidiospores ellipsoid, rusty brown, thick-walled, 8-10 x 6-7 ?m.
Substrata. Deciduous trees.
Distribution. So far known only from French Guiana and Brazil.
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