Fistulina hepatica Beef Steak Fungus 11/12/05 Figure 4. Pores decurrent on lateral stipe. Photo © David Work. Figure 4. Solitary specimen of Dryad's saddle. Photo © Gary Emberger. Figure 5. The black coloration at the base of the stipe may be quite limited as in these specimens.... Fomitopsis cajenderi Rosy Conk 01/14/06 I don't know whether this hard, tough, leathery polypore is poisonous, but there's no way you could... Figure 2. Note the prominent flattened scales. Photo © Dorothy Smullen. PolyPorus arcularius, (Batsch) Fries See page 112. Helvella lacunosa (See Plate Facing Page 140)... Figure 3. Dryad's saddle on a living silver maple tree ( Acer saccarinum ) giving evidence of it's... Fomitopsis cajenderi Rosy Conk 11/27/07 Figure 3. Elegant polypore fruiting from the broken ends of small branches. Photo © Gary Emberger. Figure 1. A very characteristic example of the pheasant's- back polypore. Photo © Pam Kaminski. Figure 6. This specimen has a radially striate cap. Not all specimens have this trait. The presence... Paint films of (A) Color Place exterior latex semigloss house paint, white paint, (B) Color Place... Figure 2. Scattered specimens of Polyporus varius on a log. Photo © Gary Emberger. Figure 6. Overlapping clusters of Dryad's saddle. Photo © John Dawson. Figure 10. Specimens collected during a foray. The stipe is just about lateral in one specimen and... Figure 5. It's uncertain whether the pore surface, as it appears above, is a normal developmental... The Patent Office Journal, 04.03.2005 327 (12) PATENT APPLICATION PUBLICATION (19) INDIA... Figure 10. A number of polypores exude droplets of water during development. I do not know what the... Figure 3. Specimens collected during the 2003 NEMF foray. Photo © Gary Emberger. Home | Shape key |... Figure 4. A characteristic feature of the spring polypore is the fringe of hairs around the margin.... Figure 8. An unusually dark stipe. Polyporus squamosus stipes are not always this black and usually,... Figure 12. The pores are angular and can be quite large, 1-2.5 mm wide. Photo © Gary Emberger. Figure 13. Note the white context and the long, prominent tubes. The basidia, formed on the inside... Figure 9. Pores are decurrent on the lateral to eccentric stipes. Only the very bases of these... Figure 5. If you came upon this on a tree would you guess it was Dryad's saddle? Its identity became... Figure 8. The pore surface is decurrent to the black portion of the stipe. Photo © Gary Emberger. Figure 3. The central to eccentric stipe is in no part black. The tube layer is decurrent. Photo ©... Figure 1. A solitary specimen of Polyporus varius on a fallen branch. Photo © Gary Emberger.