FoQ – Polypores and Bracket Fungi

 
These fungi have pores instead of gills but are usually tough or woody and are almost always found on woody substrates. They may have stems or be attached directly to wood. The latter group are sometimes called bracket or shelf fungi.

Photo: Ganoderma australe (© Carol Tucker)

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Amauroderma Amauroderma rude [.pdf]
Antrodiella Antrodiella citrea [.pdf]
Coltricia Coltricia cinnamomea [.pdf]
Dictyopanus Dictyopanus pusillus [.pdf]
Fistulina Fistulina spiculifera [.pdf]
Fomitopsis Fomitopsis feei
Fomitopsis lilacinogilva
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Ganoderma Ganoderma australe
Ganoderma chalceum
Ganoderma cupreum
Ganoderma steyaertanum
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Gloeophyllum Gloeophyllum abietinum
Gloeophyllum concentricum
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Grifola Grifola colensoi
Grifola frondosa
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Hexagonia Hexagonia tenuis [.pdf]
Laccocephalum Laccocephalum sp. SMF 2619 [.pdf]
Laetiporus Laetiporus aff. cremeiporus [.pdf]
Lenzites Lenzites acuta
Lenzites betulinus
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Microporus Microporus affinis
Microporus xanthopus
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Nigrofomes Nigrofomes melanoporus [.pdf]
Phaeotrametes Phaeotrametes decipiens [.pdf]
Piptoporus Piptoporus australiensis [.pdf]
Polypore Polypore SMF2442 [.pdf]
Polyporus Polyporus alveolaris
Polyporus arcularius
Polyporus badius
Polyporus dictyopus
Polyporus ‘Frazer Island’
Polyporus grammocephalus
Polyporus sp. 1
Polyporus sp. 2
Polyporus squamosus
Polyporus tuberaster
Polyporus varius
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Porodisculus Porodisculus pendulus [.pdf]
Pycnoporus Pycnoporus coccineus [.pdf]
Ryvardenia Ryvardenia campyla [.pdf]
Trametes Trametes gibbosa
Trametes modesta
Trametes versicolor
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