Cracked Cap Polypore Phellinus robiniae (Murrill) A. Ames  

Relationships:

Parasite of Black Locust (L. Biechele, pers. comm.).

There are 75 records in the project database.

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Cracked Cap Polypore on Black Locust in Howard Co., Maryland (8/26/2017). Determined by Jo Solem. Photo by Kevin Heffernan. (MBP list)

A Cracked Cap Polypore on Black Locust in St. Mary's Co., Maryland (12/17/2016). Photo by Bill Hubick. (MBP list)

A Cracked Cap Polypore on Black Locust in Somerset Co., Maryland (5/22/2015). Photo by Lance Biechele. (MBP list)

Cracked Cap Polypore on Black Locust in Talbot Co., Maryland (10/24/2015). Photo by Rick Borchelt. (MBP list)

Cracked Cap Polypore in Calvert Co., Maryland (12/18/2016). Photo by Mac Plant. (MBP list)

Cracked Cap Polypore on Black Locust in Calvert Co., Maryland (3/5/2016). Photo by Bill Hubick. (MBP list)

Cracked Cap Polypore in St. Mary's Co., Maryland (5/27/2017). Photo by Jim Brighton. (MBP list)

Cracked Cap Polypore in Howard Co., Maryland (3/16/2018). Determined by Bob and Jo Solem. Photo by Sue Muller. (MBP list)

Cracked Cap Polypore in Prince George's Co., Maryland (4/12/2019). Determined by Jo Solem. Photo by Anne Looker. (MBP list)

A Cracked Cap Polypore on Black Locust in Baltimore City, Maryland (12/28/2015). Photo by Bill Hubick. (MBP list)

Cracked Cap Polypore in Queen Anne's Co., Maryland (5/15/2017). Photo by Wayne Longbottom. (MBP list)


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