Thin-maze Flat Polypore Daedaleopsis confragosa (Bolton) J. Schröter  

Where to find:

Fruiting body: Shades of brown, irregular surface with concentric zones; semicircular; margin thin; flesh bruises pink; odor pleasant. Pores: White to pale gray; stain pinkish when young, darker pinkish-brown in age. Compare to Thick-maze Oak Polypore (Daedalea quercina).

Relationships:

Found scattered or in groups on decaying hardwoods, especially oak. (J. Solem, pers. comm.)

There are 81 records in the project database.

Search Google Images

GAALWAFRCLMO HO BABCHACEPGAACVCHSMKEQACNTADOWISOWO
Thin-maze Flat Polypore (infertile surface) in Howard Co., Maryland (10/15/2012). Photo by Joanne Solem. (MBP list)

Thin-maze Flat Polypore (fertile surface) in Howard Co., Maryland (10/15/2012). Photo by Joanne Solem. (MBP list)

Thin-maze Flat Polypore growing in Howard Co., Maryland (9/15/2018). Determined by Jo Solem. Photo by Sue Muller. (MBP list)

Thin-maze Flat Polypore in Montgomery Co., Maryland (10/30/2017). Determined by Jo and Bob Solem. Photo by Anne Looker. (MBP list)

Thin-maze Flat Polypore in Howard Co., Maryland (11/21/2009). Photo shows old fruiting body with almost completely stained pores. Photo by Richard Orr. (MBP list)

Thin-maze Flat Polypore in Howard Co., Maryland (10/2/2014). Determined by Jo Solem. Photo by Nancy Magnusson. (MBP list)

Thin-maze Flat Polypore in Howard Co., Maryland (10/30/2015). Photo by Joanne Solem. (MBP list)

Spores of Thin-maze Flat Polypore in Howard Co., Maryland (11/30/2015). Sausage-shaped, smooth, hyaline; measured 8.5-8.9 X 1.9-2.5 microns. Photo by Robert Solem. (MBP list)


View All Images

Use of images featured on Maryland Biodiversity Project is only permitted with express permission of the photographer.

View Bibliography



Eating mushrooms can be dangerous. One should do so only with expert advice and great care. MBP accepts no liability for injury sustained in consuming fungi or other biodiversity.