Fruiting at ground level from buried wood or roots, or on logs in native forests, and forming a large compound fruiting body with a poroid lower surface
Represented in New Zealand by a single species.


NZFungi Entry

Bondarzewia berkeleyi

Fruiting body distinctive, forming as a large, compound, fleshy, yellow-brown rosette on the forest floor or sometimes on logs of a wide range of native tree hosts. Up to 60 cm across. The right hand fruiting body is pictured upside-down, showing the