Phellinus rimosus (Berk.) Pilát, 1940 (Syn: Fomes aulaxinus Bres., 1912; Fomes dialeri Bres. & Torrend, 1905; Fomes fulvus sensu Spegazzini (Fungi arg. nov. v. crit. no. 201-202);
fide Trotter & Cash (Syll. fung. (misapplied name); Fomes igniarioides (Pat.) Sacc., 1899; Fomes igniarius sensu Spegazzini (Fungi arg. nov. v. crit. no. 201-202);
fide Trotter & Cash (Syll. fung. (misapplied name); Fomes melleicinctus (Murrill) Murrill, 1912; Fomes niaouli (Pat.) Lloyd, 1915; Fomes pappianus Bres., 1896; Fomes rimosus (Berk.) Cooke, 1885; Fomes rimosus var. casuarinae Cleland, 1920; Fomes rimosus var. niaouli (Pat.) Cleland & Cheel, 1917; Fomes rimosus var. rimosus (Berk.) Cooke, 1885; Fomes sanjanii Lloyd, 1919; Fomes scaber (Berk.) Lloyd, 1915; Fomes sulaxinus Bres., 1912; Fomes tepperi Lloyd, 1915; Fomes tepperi var. casuarinae (Cleland) G. Cunn., 1965; Fomes tepperi var. tepperi Lloyd, 1915; Fomes tuniseus (Pat.) Sacc. & P. Syd., 1899; Fomes underwoodii (Murrill) Sacc. & D. Sacc., 1905; Fomes versicolor Henn., 1903; Fulvifomes melleicinctus (Murrill) Murrill, 1915; Fulvifomes rimosus (Berk.) Fiasson & Niemelä, 1984; Fulvifomes sanjanii (Lloyd) Bondartseva & S. Herrera, 1992; Fulvifomes underwoodii (Murrill) Murrill, 1915; Hexagonia scabra (Berk.) Petch, 1916; Phellinus pappianus (Bres.) Ryvarden, 1972; Phellinus sanjanii (Lloyd) Ryvarden, 1972; Phellinus scaber (Berk.) M. J. Larsen, 1990; Polyporus igniarius var. scaber Berk., 1839; Polyporus niaouli (Pat.) Sacc. & D. Sacc., 1905; Polyporus rimosus Berk., 1845; Pyropolyporus melleicinctus Murrill, 1912; Pyropolyporus rimosus (Berk.) Teng, 1963; Pyropolyporus underwoodii Murrill, 1903; Scindalma rimosum (Berk.) Kuntze, 1898; Xanthochrous igniarioides Pat., 1898; Xanthochrous niaouli Pat., 1901; Xanthochrous rimosus (Berk.) Pat., 1900; Xanthochrous tuniseus Pat., 1897);      
Aldabra; Barbados; British Virgin Is.; Cyprus; Dominican Republic; Ivory Coast;
Jamaica; Peru; Portugal; Sierra Leone; Spain; Sudan; Western Australia; Zambia
 as per Catalogue of life;              

 

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White Bracket fungus : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (3)
The white fungi are found partially buried/covered with red mud.
White color, size ~ 15 cms, projecting from a living tree trunk, humid weather, 
Top Slip, Anaimalai, Western ghats, Tamilnadu
06Dec2009

May be Phellinus igniarius or Phellinus remosus.  


I know this Polyporus members very much it is Phellinus rimosus (Berk.) Pilát. It has a high medicinal value please study about its property in nut shell from the link provided below.
http://healing-mushrooms.net/archives/phellinus-rimosus-berk-pilat.html

Thanks … I have also tested antimicrobial activity of a big number of fleshy fungi and found good antifungal as well as antibacterial activity. Specially I wanted to use these fleshy fungi as the substitute of fungicides. I performed some trials against Phytophthora nicotiana var parasitica a pathogen of leaf rot and foot rot diseases of Piper betle but could not get satisfactory results. 


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