E-Flora BC: Electronic Atlas of the Flora of British Columbia

Cinereomyces lindbladii (Berk.) Julich
no common name

Species account author: Ian Gibson.
Extracted from Matchmaker: Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest.

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Species Information

features include growth flat on wood with grayish pore surface exposed, separability, small pores, and microscopic characters including allantoid to cylindric spores and large gelatinizing skeletal hyphae; description derived from Gilbertson(1) except where indicated; found in BC, WA, OR, ID, also AB, NF, AZ, CA, CO, LA, MA, MN, MS, MT, NM, NY, SC, TX, WI, circumpolar in the coniferous zone, so presumably in Europe and Asia
growing flat on wood with pore surface exposed, up to 0.6cm thick, separable, soft to tough, margin narrow to wide, white
up to 0.3cm thick, cottony; white
3-5(6) per mm, round, white to grayish; tube layer up to 0.5cm thick, grayish toward the surface but more white toward flesh, colorless hyphal pegs variably present
faint, unpleasant (Buczacki)
indistinct, (Buczacki)
spores 5-7 x 1.5-2 microns, allantoid [curved sausage-shaped] to cylindric, inamyloid, colorless, thin-walled; basidia 15-20 x 4-6 microns, clavate; cystidia none but "fusoid, non-projecting cystidioles occur scattered among the basidia"; hyphal system trimitic: generative hyphae 3-5.5 microns wide, colorless, with clamp connections, skeletal hyphae 3-8 microns wide, straight to sinuous, thick-walled to solid, "gelatinized in KOH and disappearing, weakly amyloid, most easily seen in hyphal masses", binding hyphae apparently rare, 2-4 microns wide, thin and richly branched, observed only in context
Spore Deposit:
white (Buczacki)

Habitat / Range

annual, usually on dead conifers especially in pine forests, but also on hardwoods, causes a white rot, (Gilbertson), summer to fall (Buczacki)

Taxonomic and Nomenclatural Links

Genetic information (NCBI Taxonomy Database)
Taxonomic Information from the Missouri Botanical Garden
Index Fungorium
Taxonomic reference: Gilbertson(1) (as Diplomitoporus lindbladii), Buczacki(1)* (as Diplomitoporus lindbladii)

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Species References

Gilbertson(1) (as Diplomitoporus lindbladii), Buczacki(1)* (as Diplomitoporus lindbladii)

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