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Neolentinus kauffmanii
Spores: The spores are white, small, and non-amyloid
Neolentinus lepideusscaly Lentinus, scaly sawgill, train-wrecker
Distribution: N. lepideus is not common in natural habitats, but can be found on conifer logs and stumps in some areas. It is a brown-rot fungus and is more commonly encountered on construction timbers, railroad ties, and, in the past, on automobile frames when they were made of wood. It can occur almost any time but is most common in summer and fall.
Neolentinus ponderosuslarge Lentinus, ponderous Lentinus, giant sawtooth