Cap: Semicircular, broadly attached, 5-8 cm wide, ~4 cm long, 1.5 cm thick at the base. Soft and watery when fresh, rigid when dry. Upper surface white with some pale gray regions when fresh, becoming more yellow when dry.
Pore surface creamy white, more yellowish when dry.
Pores: Pores thin-walled, tubes up to 5 mm deep when fresh
Substrata: Conk-like on dead deciduous wood as substrate
Type of Rot: White rot in dead hardwoods
Spore Print: White
Spores shape: Elliptical, smooth, hyaline, not amyloid (spores do not turn blue in the presence of Melzer's reactant). White. Hyphal system: Generative hyphae with clamps, thin-walled.
DNA sequence in GeneBank
Name of Sequencer
Cap shape when mature
pored wood decay fungus
Material collected: pored wood decay fungus
Color of top surface: 1 white
Secondary color top surface: 2 light gray
Spore print color: 1 white
Hymenium color when young: 3 pale yellow or cream
Cap shape from above: 1 circular-even if wavy
Cap width: 58
Cap stickiness: 5 moist feel
Spore shape: 3 elliptical
Spore ornamentation: 1 smooth
clamp connections: Generative hyphae with clamps