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Index to genera:Asterodon
– tiger's eye
Habitat: Occurs on the ground or on woody debris and is most characteristic of disturbed areas such as trail edges and roadsides in conifer forests.
– oak conk, mustard-yellow polypore
Distribution: Global, North and South, temperate and tropical.
Habitat: Woodlands and forests.
Substrate: Wood, primarily twigs and smaller branches or stems of hardwood trees and shrubs.
– woolly velvet polypore
Habitat: Roots of conifers
– False Dyer's Polypore
Habitat: Pine forests.
Substrate: Pinus boles and roots.
Spores: Annual in fall.
– laminated root rot
Distribution: Range of Pseudotsuga, Tsuga and Abies. Northern coniferous forests.
Habitat: Northern coniferous forests.
Substrate: Conifer wood.
Distribution: Northern North America, more common east than west.
Habitat: Hardwood forests and woodlands.
– willow bracket, false tinder conk, false tinder polypore, flecked-flesh polypore
Distribution: Widespread in North America.
Habitat: On hardwoods.
– golden spreading polypore
– pine conk, red ring rot
Distribution: Western North America
Habitat: Coniferous forests with Pseudotsuga menziesii.
Habitat: P. pini is widespread in conifer forests where it causes white-rot of heartwood.