Observation 187251: Climacodon septentrionalis (Fr.) P. Karst.
When: 2006-07-02
(50.52° 80.21° 450m)
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Climacodon septentrionale (Fr.) Karsten Hydnaceae, Aphyllophorales. (Northen Tooth, Климакодон северный)

Cap: 8-20cm wide, 2-4cm thick (when single) flattened or slightly convex semicircular or fan-shaped, even as a thick pan-cake or irregular bumpy; a cap often consists of overlapped layers, almost smooth or fine velvety white up to yellowish-white or dull yellowish-brown when old. Cap grows through old and living branches, including them and other vegetation fragments into a cap. Young mushroom has white cottony-like margins.
It’s a pity that I did not study other features.
Stalk: absent (lateral fixation edge).
Habitat: single or overlapped cluster on the old partially rotten pine-tree stumps or trunks minor at the base of living trees.
Edibility: no data, stiff.
Season: June-September

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