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Cyclomyces setiporus

Cyclomyces setiporus    Family: Hymenochaetaceae

Basidiomycota - thin bracket with pores

Reproductive strucuture: A thin fleshed rubbery bracket that is broadly attached to the substrate.

Upper surface: shades of rich red brown hairy, velvety with silky sheen.

Fertile lower surface: lighter brown and extends down the substrate.

Stem: No stem as attached directly to the substrate.

Spores: Colourless

Habitat: Moist forests ususally near waterways or in rainforst communities.

Substrate: On fallen decaying logs. Saprotrophic

Habit: Gregarius, often in overlapping and joined groupings.

Comments: This genus has thin reproductive structures with setae protruding from the pore linings. Visible using a strong lense


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Cyclomyces setiporus at Budderoo National Park - 25 Mar 2020 by WattaWanderer
Cyclomyces setiporus at Budderoo National Park - 25 Mar 2020 by WattaWanderer


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Species information

  • Cyclomyces setiporus Scientific name
  • Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Non-Invasive
  • 392.720903300521m Recorded at altitude

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