Basidiomata annual, more seldom perennial, pileate, sessile or broadly attached, often imbricate andgrowing in large clusters, consistency hard when dry; pileus dimidiate to flabelliform, up to 22 cm long and 10 cm wide, up to 3 cm thick in individual pilei,upper surface first orange-reddish -brown and dull,then smoother, turning glabrous and fading to palereddish brown, concentrically zonate-sulcate, pore surface deep orange, fading to ochraceous, pores round to angular, 6–9 per mm, dissepiments very thin; tubes single-layered but sometimes stratifiedand up to 1 cm long, tubes reddish-brown near the pore mouth at least; context white, cream to wood colored, in some specimens with a distinct horizontal dark line or zone slightly above the bottom of the tubes, radially fibrous, up to 2 cm thick (Ryvarden & Iturriaga 2003).
The species is known in four countries and mostly reported in Brazil.
There are about 8 records of this species in GBIF, most of them in Brazil. This species can be considered as as rare.
Population Trend: Uncertain
The species in Brazil occurs in the Atlantic Forest and the Amazon.
In Brazil the species can be found in Amazonia, currently being deforested at the highest rates in recent decades, and Atlantic Forest, a hotspot.
There are records in areas that are not protected
Its distribution through modeling of the ecological niche.