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 Add this item to the list  Phellinus punctatus (Fr.) Pilát,
   
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Remarks (internal):The thick resupinate basidiocarps, often distinctly stratified, the large globose dextrinoid basidiospores and the lack of setae are sufficient to recognize this species. 
Description type:Non-original description 
Description:Phellinus punctatus (Fr.) Pilát,
Atlas de Champ. Europe 3:530, 1942. - Polyporus punctatus Fr., Hymen. Eur. p. 572, 1874.
Basidiocarps perennial, resupinate, becoming widely effused, woody, not readily separable; margin at first yellowish-brown, tomentose, up to 2 cm wide, receding, becoming black and rimose in older specimens; pore surface yellowish- to grayish-brown, dull, smooth, the pores circular, 6-8 per mm, the dissepi­ments thick, entire, minutely tomentose; context golden brown to dark reddish brown in older specimens, up to 2 mm thick; tube layers concolorous, single layers up to 6 mm thick.
Hyphal system dimitic, skeletal hyphae dark brown in KOH, thin- to thick-walled, rarely branched, occasionally septate, 2.5-5 µm in diam, some almost hyaline, thinner walled; tramal hyphae similar.
Hymenial setae lacking; thin-walled, ventricose cystidioid elements present.
Basidia broadly clavate, 4-sterigmate, 11-12.5 x 7-8.5 µm, simple-septate at the base.
Basidiospores broadly ovoid to subglobose, hyaline, smooth, strongly dextrinoid in Melzer's reagent, 6.5-8.5 x 5.5-7 µm.
Substrata. Dead hardwoods
Distribution. Circumglobal, but rare in the neotropics, specimens have been seen from Guyana.
 
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