|Abstract||Polyporus sericeo-mollis Romell in Ark. Bot. 11: 22. 1911. — Poria sericeo-mollis (Romell) Lloyd, Mycol. Writings 4, Letter No. 40: 6. 1912. — Strangulidium sericeo-molle (Romell) Pouz. in Ceská Mykol. 21: 206. 1967. — For other synonyms, see Donk (1974: 163).|
Fruitbodies resupinate, effused, up to 10X5 cm, readily separable, locally revolute at margin, ± 1 mm thick, white, soft and pliable but tough when fresh, orange-white to greyish orange, sometimes pinkish white and fragile when dry. Subiculum white, very thin or absent. Margin at first sterile, white, byssoid, about 1 mm wide, later fertile up to well-defined edge. Tubes up to 1 mm long; pores about circular, but irregular or dedaloid on inclined surfaces, 0.2-0.25 mm in diameter, averaging 3—4 per mm; dissepiments about 0.05 mm thick, entire.