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Stereum hirsutum
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Stereum hirsutum

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Stereum hirsutum
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Stereum hirsutum
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Stereum hirsutum

Hosts · map
FamilyScientific name @ source (records)
Aceraceae  Acer circinatum @ BPI (2)

Acer glabrum @ BPI (1)

Acer macrophyllum @ BPI (4)

Acer rubrum @ BPI (4)

Acer saccharum @ BPI (3)

Acer sp @ BPI (6)
Anacardiaceae  Rhus diversiloba @ BPI (1)

Schinus sp @ BPI (1)
Araliaceae  Pseudopanax crassifolium @ BPI (1)
Betulaceae  Alnus incana @ BPI (3)

Alnus oregona @ BPI (11)

Alnus rhombifolia @ BPI (2)

Alnus rubra @ BPI (1)

Alnus sp @ BPI (9)

Alnus tenuifolia @ BPI (30)

Betula alba @ BPI (5)

Betula fontinalis @ BPI (2)

Betula lenta @ BPI (3)

Betula lutea @ BPI (2)

Betula occidentalis @ BPI (2)

Betula papyrifera @ BPI (10)

Betula populifolia @ BPI (5)

Betula pubescens @ BPI (1)

Betula sp @ BPI (17)

Betula verrucosa @ BPI (2)

Carpinus betulus @ BPI (2)

Carpinus sp @ BPI (4)

Corylus avellana @ BPI (4)

Corylus maxima @ BPI (1)

Corylus sp @ BPI (2)
Casuarinaceae  Casuarina sp @ BPI (1)
Cupressaceae  Sequoia sempervirens @ BPI (1)

Sequoia sp @ BPI (1)
Dipterocarpaceae  Shorea guiso @ BPI (1)

Shorea robusta @ BPI (1)
Ericaceae  Andromeda sp @ BPI (1)

Arbutus menziesii @ BPI (4)

Arctostaphylos manzanita @ BPI (2)
Fabaceae  Acacia sp @ BPI (1)

Pterocarpus indicus @ BPI (1)

Robinia neomexicana @ BPI (1)
Fagaceae  Castanea dentata @ BPI (1)

Castanopsis chrysophylla @ BPI (4)

Fagus americana @ BPI (1)

Fagus grandifolia @ BPI (2)

Fagus sp @ BPI (8)

Fagus sylvatica @ BPI (9)

Quercus agrifolia @ BPI (3)

Quercus alba @ BPI (7)

Quercus bicolor @ BPI (1)

Quercus borealis @ BPI (2)

Quercus californica @ BPI (3)

Quercus densiflora @ BPI (3)

Quercus densifolia @ BPI (2)

Quercus dumosa @ BPI (1)

Quercus emoryi @ BPI (1)

Quercus gambelii @ BPI (7)

Quercus garryana @ BPI (23)

Quercus glandulifera @ BPI (1)

Quercus incana @ BPI (5)

Quercus kelloggii @ BPI (2)

Quercus palustris @ BPI (1)

Quercus pedunculata @ BPI (2)

Quercus pubescens @ BPI (1)

Quercus rubra @ BPI (2)

Quercus sp @ BPI (56)

Quercus velutina @ BPI (1)
Hamamelidaceae  Hamamelis virginiana @ BPI (2)
Hippocastanaceae  Aesculus californica @ BPI (1)

Aesculus sp @ BPI (2)
Juglandaceae  Hicoria alba @ BPI (1)

Juglans regia @ BPI (3)
Magnoliaceae  Liriodendron tulipifera @ BPI (2)

Magnolia acuminata @ BPI (1)
Myrtaceae  Eucalyptus globulus @ BPI (10)

Eucalyptus sp @ BPI (2)
Nyssaceae  Nyssa sp @ BPI (1)

Nyssa sylvatica @ BPI (1)
Oleaceae  Fraxinus americana @ BPI (1)

Ligustrum sp @ BPI (1)

Ligustrum vulgare @ BPI (1)

Phillyrea latifolia @ BPI (1)
Pinaceae  Abies sp @ BPI (5)

Cedrus sp @ BPI (3)

Libocedrus decurrens @ BPI (1)

Picea morinda @ BPI (1)

Pinus contorta @ BPI (1)

Pinus excelsa @ BPI (1)

Pinus radiata @ BPI (1)

Pseudotsuga taxifolia @ BPI (2)
Platanaceae  Platanus occidentalis @ BPI (1)
Plectidae  Parkia roxburghii @ BPI (2)
Polycitoridae  Salix sp @ BPI (2)
Rosaceae  Adenostoma fasciculatum @ BPI (1)

Amelanchier sp @ BPI (1)

Cercocarpus parvifolius @ BPI (1)

Heteromeles sp @ BPI (1)

Holodiscus discolor @ BPI (1)

Lyonothamnus sp @ BPI (1)

Prunus cerasus @ BPI (1)

Prunus lannesiana @ BPI (1)

Prunus laurocerasus @ BPI (1)

Prunus persica @ BPI (1)

Prunus sp @ BPI (4)

Pyrus communis @ BPI (1)

Pyrus malus @ BPI (1)

Sorbus aucuparia @ BPI (1)
Salicaceae  Populus sp @ BPI (6)

Populus tremuloides @ BPI (2)

Salix scouleriana @ BPI (1)
Scrophulariaceae  Hebe salicifolia @ BPI (1)
Tiliaceae  Tilia americana @ BPI (1)
Ulmaceae  Ulmus campestris @ BPI (1)

Ulmus sp @ BPI (1)
Vitaceae  Vitis sp @ BPI (1)
_  Dimorphanthus mandshuricus @ BPI (1)

Substrate @ BPI__329O (1); BPI (312)

unknown @ BPI (5)

Associates · map
FamilyScientific name @ source (records)
Helotiaceae  Dendrostilbella byssina @ BPI (1)
Hypocreaceae  Gliocladium penicillioides @ 411340A (1); 411340B (1)

Sphaerostilbella berkeleyana @ BPI (1)

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California Fungi—Stereum hirsutum Stereum hirsutum
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Stereum hirsutum (Willdenow: Fries) S.F. Gray
Nat. arr. Brit. pl. 1: 653. 1821.

Common Name: false turkey tail

  • Sporocarp

    Fruiting body annual or short-live perennial, resupinate when young, forming thin, leathery overlapping shelves at maturity, 1-3.5 cm wide and up to 8 cm long when fused with adjacent shelves; upper surface hairy, undulate, lobed, banded orange-brown to yellow-brown, older tissue grey to greyish-brown; lower fertile surface smooth, orange-buff to pale-buff, if zoned, less conspicuously than the upper surface; flesh 0.5-1.0 mm thick, pliant when young, tough in age; stalk absent.

  • Spores

    Spores 5.5-7 x 3-3.5 µm, cylindrical, smooth.

  • Habitat

    Fruiting in tiers and overlapping shelves on dead hardwood stumps, branches, etc. , occasionally on conifer wood; fruiting throughout the mushroom season.

  • Edibility

    Inedible; too tough to be of culinary value.

  • Comments

    The small, wavy, leathery shelves of Stereum hirsutum are a common sight in California woodlands. Fresh fruitings are bright orange-brown to orange-buff, fading in age or dry weather to dull-buff or grey. As the common name suggests, Stereum hirsutum is sometimes confused with Trametes versicolor , the so called "true" turkey tail. The latter also has a banded upper surface, but is colored differently, usually a combination of grey, brown or cream, rarely with orange tones. More significantly, it has a pored, not smooth fertile surface. Lenzites betulina , another bracket fungus with a banded upper surface, differs in having a gill-like hymenium.

  • References

    Bougher, N.L. & Syme, K. (1998). Fungi of Southern Australia. University of Western Australia Press: Nedlands, Australia. 391 p.
    Breitenbach, J. & Kränzlin, F. (1986). Fungi of Switzerland. Volume 2: Non-Gilled Fungi. Verlag Mykologia: Luzern, Switzerland. 412 p.
    Burt, E.A. (1920). The Thelephoraceae of North America. XII. Stereum . Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 7: 81-248.
    Chamuris, G.P. (1985). Infrageneric tax in Stereum and keys to North American Species. Mycotaxon 22: 105-117.
    Chamuris, G.P. (1988). The Non-Stipitate Steriod Fungi in the Northeastern United States and Adjacent Canada. J.Cramer: Berlin, Germany. 246 p.
    Cunningham, G.H. (1963). The Thelephoraceae of Australia and New Zealand. New Zealand Department of Scientific and Industrial Research: Wellington, New Zealand. 359 p.
    Desjardin, D.E., Wood, M.G. & Stevens, F.A. (2015). California Mushrooms: The Comprehensive Identification Guide. Timber Press: Portland, OR. 560 p.
    Ellis, M.B. & Ellis, J.P. (1990). Fungi without Gills (Hymenomycetes and Gasteromycetes). Chapman and Hall: London, England. 329 p.
    Jülich, W. & Stalpers, J.A. (1980). The resupinate non-poroid Aphyllophorales of the temperate northern hemisphere. North Holland Publishing Company: Amsterdam. 335 p.
    Persoon, C. H. (1798). Icones et descriptiones fungorum minus cognitorum. ( Protologue )
    Ryvarden, L. (2010). Stereoid Fungi of America. Fungiflora: Oslo, Norway. 209 p.
    Welden, A.L. (2010). Stereum s.l. (Flora Neotropical Monograph 106). New York Botanical Garden: Bronx, NY. 80 p.

  • Other Descriptions and Photos
  • Main Photo
    • Arora (1986): p. 605 (D), p. 606 (P)
    • Jordan: p. 118 (D & CP)
    • Lincoff: p. 496 (D), plate 537 (CP)

    (D=Description; I=Illustration; P=Photo; CP=Color Photo)

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Kingdom Fungi  
 Phylum Basidiomycota  
 Class Basidiomycetes  
 Order Russulales  
 Family Stereaceae  
 Genus Stereum  
  Stereum hirsutum    (Will.:Fr.) S.F. Gray 
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Synonyms: Auricularia aurantiaca Auricularia reflexa Auricularia reflexa reflexa Boletus auriformis Helvella acaulis Stereum hirsutum cristulatum Stereum reflexum Thelephora hirsuta Thelephora reflexa   details
Citation: 陳昇明等:關刀溪大型真菌(I): 14, 1999
Name Code: 142637
  
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