Polyporus ciliatus, also known as Fringed Polypore, is a polypore that grows on fallen branches of deciduous trees annually on spring and early summer.
upper surface grayish brown or yellowish-brown, convex at first, flattening with a depressed (umbilicate) centre. Particularly towards the margin, the cap surface is usually covered in tiny bristly hairs. The flesh is white and leathery. Stem
variable in colour, often pale yellowish brown or tawny-buff, more or less equal, typically curved and sometimes thickened at the base. Pores
whitish cream to buff, circular, elongating with age.
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