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Gloeophyllum sepiarium

Fruitbodies are bracket-form, shelving, 2-10 cm long, broadly attached, semicircular to disc-shaped, orange-brown to rusty or dark brown, zonate, and densely hairy.  Pores are elongate to maze-like or often gill-like, and yellow-brown to red-brown or dark brown.  Widespread and common on exposed coniferous wood such as docks, railway ties and slash.