Notes: Polyporus Ciliatus, Polyporaceae, Aphyllophorales. (Трутовик реснитчатый, трутовик майский.)
Cap: 4-9cm wide, gentle convex up to sunken, somewhat fine velvety with tiny needles along margin (as micro notched edge); light-brown with indistinct brownish-white spots, margin usually slightly curved in when young.
Flesh: 0.3-0.6cm thick, soft white or whitish with pleasant mushroom odor.
Tubes 1-3mm long, 6-9 per 1mm, bottom cap surface looks fine velvety, white (when young) then yellow-white.
Stalk: 3.5-7 cm long, 0.4-0.8cm thick, light brown and somewhat fine velvety or with darker dots.
Habitat: rather rare kind, single or small group at the old partially rotten deciduous stumps or trunks minor at pine tree rotten wood.
Edibility: good after boiling when young and not stiff.
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