Coltricia cinnamomea (Jacq.) Murrill, Hymenochaetaceae, Aphyllophorales. (Кольтриция коричневая).
Cap: 4-6cm wide, funnel-shaped, thin, sometimes almost flat with slightly sunken centre and concentric zoned with thin comb-like margin; surface velvety and some radial hairy; interlaced dull reddish-brown, dark brown and yellowish-brown rings, margin light brownish-yellow. Sometimes they grow together as a single solid mushroom with several centers and the same number of stalks.
Flesh 1-2mm thick, whitish up to light brown under elastic skin.
Tubes: 1.5-2.5mm long, 2-4 per 1mm (descending stalk), pores are indistinct polygonal (3-5 angles) up to oval; brownish- or yellowish-white up to reddish-brown when very old (weak darker bruising only when young).
Stalk: 3-5cm long, 0.3-0.7cm thick, yellowish-brown up to reddish-brown with wider rooting-like basement.
Habitat: single or small group, minor crowded (overlapped) small clusters on the ground (out of grassy sites) in mixed forest.
Edibility: stiff and elastic as some rubber.
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Created: 2015-08-22 08:10:53 PDT (-0700)
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