Etymology: Pseudofibroporia (Lat.): refers to its close relationship with Fibroporia in phylogeny.
Diagnosis: Basidiomata annual, pileate; pilei flabelliform to dimidiate, fleshy when fresh, crumbly or chalky and light in weight after drying. Pileal surface white to lemon yellow when fresh, becoming cream to cinnamon buff upon drying. Pore surface lemon yellow to curry buff when fresh, becoming cinnamon buff to clay buff upon drying. Pores angular, dissepiments thin and entire. Context white to lemon yellow, fleshy when fresh, cottony or corky after drying. Tubes concolorous with pore surface, crumbly or chalky after dying. Hyphal system dimitic in context, monomitic in trama, generative hyphae with clamp connections, skeletal hyphae IKI–, CB–. Cystidia absent, but bottle-shaped cystidioles occasionally present. Basidiospores oblong to broadly ellipsoid, hyaline, slightly thick-walled, smooth, IKI–, CB–. Grows on angiosperm wood.
Index Fungorum Number: IF816306
Type Species: Pseudofibroporia citrinella Yuan Y. Chen & B.K. Cui 2017, in Chen et al., Mycological Progress, 16, 521-533 (2017).
Pseudofibroporia citrinella Yuan Y. Chen & B.K. Cui 2017
Chen, Y. Y., Wu, F., Wang, M., & Cui, B. K. (2017). Species diversity and molecular systematics of Fibroporia (Polyporales, Basidiomycota) and its related genera. Mycological Progress, 16, 521-533.