Hapalopilus rutilans (Pers.) P. Karst., POLYPORACEAE, APHYLLOPHORALES. (Гапалопилус красноватый).
Pinkish-cream flattened velvety mushroom.
Cap: 3-10cm wide, 1-3 cm thick, oval, circular or semicircular; gentle convex or flat, milky pinkish, up to pinkish-cream; upper surface is smooth or fine velvety, sometimes uneven and somewhat bumpy, lower part is velvety because porous.
Flesh: soft 0.5-2cm thick, dull pink up to pinkish-brown.
Tubes: 0.2-1cm long and 1-3 per 1mm; pores oval up to narrow, long and curved.
Stalk: absent, mainly lateral fixation.
Habitat: rare kind, single or small groups at the old partially rotten birch stumps or trunks.
Edibility: stiff and published that poisonous.
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