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Meripilus giganteus (Pers. ex Fr.) Karst. syn. Polyporus giganteus Pers. ex Fr. syn. Grifola gigantea (Pers. ex Fr.) Pilát Riesen-Porling Polypore gêant, Giant Polypore. Fruit body 50–80cm across, rosette-like, consisting of numerous flattened fan-shaped caps around a common base. Each cap 10–30cm across, 1–2cm thick, covered in very fine brown scales on the upper surface which is radially grooved and concentrically zoned light and darker brown; attached to the common base by a short stem. Flesh white, soft and fibrous. Taste slightly sour, smell pleasant. Tubes 4–6mm long, whitish. Pores 3–4 per mm, subcircular, whitish, often late in forming, bruising blackish.
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