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Description:Poria fimbriatella (Peck) Sacc. Fig. 99
Syll. Fung. 6:303. 1888. Polyporus fimbriatellus Peck, N. Y. State Mus. Ann. Rept. 38:91. 1885 (NYS; BPI; K; NY).
Annual, becoming widely effused, up to 2 mm thick, separable, without distinctive taste; margin white to cream, felted-mycelioid, wide, strongly rhizomorphic; pore surface white or in older parts and when dry more or less cream, sometimes somewhat glancing, the tubes tough when fresh, drying coriaceous-fragile, up to 1.5 mm long, pores at first round, soon uniting and sinuous or daedaloid, on drying collapsing to make a very irregular pore surface, about 4 per mm, edges rather thick, entire; context white, firm, thin, continuing without change into the trama.
Tissue not changing color in KOH; hyphal system dimitic, the context principally of skeletal hyphae which are rarely to moderately branched, sometimes incrusted, rather thick-walled to solid, nonseptate, 2-4 µm in diameter, and of scanty generative hyphae which fragment on pressure and are thin-walled, with rare and deformed clamps, 3-7 µm in diameter; tramal tissue continuous with the context and the hyphae similar; hymenium 9-12 µm; thick; cystidia incrusted, thick-walled, usually arising deep in the trama and projecting up to 25 µm, up to 11 µm in diameter; basidia clavate, 7-9 x 4-5 µm; spores hyaline, smooth, IKI -, broadly oval to subglobose or flattened somewhat on one side, 2.5-3 x 2-2.5 µm.
On angiosperms in Ont., Vt., N. Y., and Wash., and reported from Me., Pa., Northwest Terr., Yukon Terr., and Cal.; associated with a white rot. Poria alutacea is similar, alike in almost all characters except the absence of cystidia and its cylindrical spores. P. myceliosa and P. radula also resemble it externally, but the first of these has a monomitic hyphal system and lacks cystidia, and the second dries a pinkish tan color and has more frequent cross walls on its hyphae.
 
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