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 Add this item to the list   Trametes robiniophila Murrill, sp. nov.
   
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Description:Trametes robiniophila Murrill, sp. nov.
Pileus more or less imbricate, dimidiate, sessile, convex above, plane or concave below, sometimes undulate, 6-8 X 10-15 X 2-4 cm; surface milk-white, azonate, anoderm, finely pubescent, becoming glabrous, uneven, slightly yellowish aud discolored with age; margin thick, usually obtuse, concolorous, entire: context white, soft, punky, very juicy when fresh, with a strong fungous odor, usually attacked by insects ; tubes slender, 3-5 mm. long, opaque, white to discolored.within, mouths minute, circular to very slightly angular, edges thick, entire, becoming rather thin, sordid-white to umbrinous or fuliginous in dried specimens, isabelline when bruised: spores globose, ovoid, smooth, hyaline, 6-8 µm in diameter.
Type collected at Falls Church, Virginia, on decayed spots in living trunks of Robinia Pseuda- cacia, July 11, 1904, W. A. Murrill.
Distribution: Pennsylvania to Virginia and Missouri.
 
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