Grows on WOOD.
Fruit-body: Chalky white on top with cream gills underneath. The upper surface is furrowed with a few concentric rings. The gills fork in two in a regular pattern. The flesh is corky to woody.
Habit: This fungus grows in small groups or singly on a variety of hosts, including including exotic species of trees in parks and gardens.
Notes: The hard flesh, white to cream colours and forking gills identify this readily as a Lenzites. There is some disagreement in the literature as to whether there is more than one species present in Queensland.