| Fuscoporia gilva
|Cap margin yellow, lightening with age; pore surface purple-brown, darkening with
age. Flesh cork-like; often orange-brown. Fuscoporia gilva is a pathogen of oak
trees, causing white rot. Formerly known as Phellinus gilvus.
|See Macrofungi Associated with Oaks of
Eastern North America (2008), D.E.
Binion, et al., p. 297.