A redlisted and poorly understood species in Yugra, which is probably way more common than we think. I keep finding more and more of it in old rich taiga forests. Formerly known as Lentinus martianoffianus and Lentinus pilososquamulosus (there’s a pending taxonomic disaster here because the new genus Lignomyces was described independently based on “unidentified” specimens). In our area it grows on birch.

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very interesting
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2016-03-05 13:33:10 CST (-0600)

thank you for this post, Tatiana. rare (or rare-seeming) fungi from an area not well represented on the site, at least outside of your excellent posts :)