Ganoderma megaloma Fungus

Ganoderma megaloma
Fungus
Ganoderma megaloma is a species of bracket fungus in the family Ganodermataceae. Described as new to science in 1846 by mycologist Joseph-Henri Léveillé, it is found in the eastern and midwestern United States. It was moved into the genus Ganoderma by Giacomo Bresàdola in 1912.[1] The fungus causes white rot and butt rot on living hardwoods. The holotype was collected in New York.
Ganoderma megaloma is a species of bracket fungus in the family Ganodermataceae. Described as new to science in 1846 by mycologist Joseph-Henri Léveillé, it is found in the eastern and midwestern United States. It was moved into the genus Ganoderma by Giacomo Bresàdola in 1912.[1] The fungus causes white rot and butt rot on living hardwoods. The holotype was collected in New York.