Poria phellinoides Pilát in Bull. Soc. mycol. Fr. 51: 383. 1935 — Poria pseudoobducens Pilát in Sb. nár. Mus. Praze 9B (2) (Bot. I): 107 1953 — Xylodon versiporus (Pers.) Bond. var. microporus Komarova in Bot. Mater. Inst. spor. Rast 12: 249. 1959. — Schizopora phellinoides (Pilát) Domanski in Acta Soc. Bot. Pol. 38: 255. 1969. Fruit-body mainly resupinate, rarely effused-reflexed with a smooth brownish orange superior surface; on almost vertical substrates the lower surface looks like the underside of a staircase, composed of 1.5-2.5 mm wide horizontal pore areas and 4-5 mm high vertical surfaces made up of tube walls. Margin well defined. Subiculum and context soft-fibrous when fresh, hard-coriaceous after drying. Subiculum cream-coloured, up to 0.5 mm thick. Tubes 4-5 mm long, brownish orange, except for cream-coloured lower part, pores 0.1-0.2 mm diameter, averaging 5-6 per mm, rather regularly circular or slightly elongated, dissepiments 0.05-0.1 mm thick, covered with a white pruina, pore surface cream-coloured.