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Posted by John 2000 on December 17th, 1999 03:34 PM
In reply to poria incrassata fungus by Hodges on December 9th, 1999 09:39 PM [Go to top of thread]

Hi", Hoddges, who gave the name Poria Incrassata,?
I can give name like :
Poria Vaillantii ( France)it is a common species in wet mines but some times occurs also in buildings
where the timbers have been exposed to very damp
conditions, it needs a higher moisture content more
that Merulius Lacrymans ( Dry rot).
Poria Monticola Murr.
is found in North America in Douglas fir, and Sitka Spruce
if the timber in well ventilated the fungus will dry out.

let me know what kind of fungus you have, because there
are over sixteen species which are in a group of
fungus called Basidiomycetes. if you can find out
what kind you have I may be able to help.
But a hint: if it a poria type of fungus, then you should
well ventilated and dry this will help to dry out the timber
thats all I can tell you for the moment till I get some feed back from you.
John 2000

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