Notes: I looked through my files of photos for H. umbilicatum, but can’t find any pics… something I’ll need to correct next year, as this small orange Hydnum is a dependable annual mushroom. These pics show the large cream colored Hydnum that I also find around here, mainly in hardwood forests. These specimens were collected in a stand of small beech trees; the spot has yielded nice fruitngs now for at least 5 years running. This year I made collections on two occasions seperated by about 7 weeks. Note the decurrent spines.
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