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would you say this is beeswax bracket, ganoderma pfeifferi??
To be pfeifferi it should be covered in a yellow layer of wax with a sweetish smell especially on the pores but as there is no sign of that I think it is unlikely.
oh ok, what species of ganoderma could it be then!?
As with your other G austale is the most likely. To distinguish between G austale and G applanatum you must measure the spores or cut the fruit-body to show the internal structure. Each years tubes of G applanatum are separated by a sterile layer whereas in G austale they grow directly on last years tubes. If you look at Fenwickfield's latest Ganoderma post you will see what I mean.
ok thankyou :)
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