Viscous, glutinous, surface glabrous coloured in many tints of brown, often ornate with white spots of gluten.
Short, adnate. For young fruit bodies, a white membrane covers the periphery of the tubes, an unique criterion.
Pores and Pore Surface
Pore surface white at first, becoming yellow at maturity, immutable; pores circular to angular, 2-3 per mm.
Nearly equal, covered of white gluten at first, becoming yellowish near the apex and brownish near the base in age.
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