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Remarks (public):The large, golden brown, glancing pores, dark brown pileus with a yellowish margin, and the lack of setae are diagnostic. 
Description type:Non-original description 
Description:Phellinus chinensis (Pilát) Pilát, Atlas Hub Europskych 3:525, 1936-42. - Inonotus chinensis Pilát, Ann. Mycol. 38:80, 1940.
Basidiocarps perennial, coriaceous, resupinate to effused-reflexed, more or less confluent, sometimes imbricate, thin, adnate, forming small pilei, individual pilei 0.51.5 x 0.5-3 x 0.3-1 cm, woody hard, margin abrupt and revolute, sharp, about 3 mm wide, when young much paler than the pilear surface, yellowish to rusty yellow; pilear surface velvety, brown, densely concentrically sulcate, tufted strigose to almost scrupose, a thin, black layer visible on the surface of the pilei; pore surface light brown to golden brown, glancing, pores 2-4 per mm, angular, in the decurrent parts of the basidiocarp oblique and lacerate, tubes stratified, each layer 1-2 mm long, concolorous with the pore surface, inside white pruinose; context coriaceous, rusty brown, up to 2 mm thick.
Hyphal system dimitic; generative hyphae simple-septate, thin- to thick-walled, hyaline to yellowish, branched; skeletal hyphae thick-walled, dark brown, up to 4.5 4m, parallel in the trama, interwoven in the context.
Setae absent.
Basidia broadly clavate, 10-15 x 5-6.5 µm, with four sterigmata.
Basidiospores ovoid to broadly ellipsoid, slightly flattened on the ventral side, yellow brown when mature, thick-walled, 5.5-6.5(7) x 4-5 µm, negative in Melzer's reagent. Substrata. Mainly on Populus, one record on conifers.
Distribution. East Asian species known from China and Far East Russia (Khabarovsk).
 
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