Cerrena zonata (Berk.) H.S. Yuan

Syn. Irpex brevis
and Antrodiella zonata

This one can appear to be a thin crust, as seen on the end of this branch, or as tiers of brackets as on the upper part and in the next photo.

It can be a creamy white to salmon coloured or an orange-brown.

It is found growing on native hardwoods and fallen branches.


Underneath there are pores which appear as partially tubular teeth each about 2-3 mm long.


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