This was known as Irpex brevis
This one can appear to be a thin crust, as seen near the top of this branch, or as tiers of brackets as seen lower down.
Underneath there are pores which appear as partially tubular teeth each about 2-3 mm long.
It is found growing on native hardwoods and fallen branches.
|Antrodiella zonata can also appear whitish, whereas the specimens shown here have a more apricot colour.|