Observation 168575: Hydnum repandum L.

Dentinum repandum (Fr.) S.F.G. Hydraceae, Aphyllophorales. (Sweet tooth).

Cap: 3-10cm, broadly convex up to flat and bumpy, sometimes slightly depressed, margin is slightly in rolled, surface smooth or uneven, yellow up to bright yellow with orange spots. Flesh is yellow-white, bruising dark-yellow.
Spines: 0.3-0.7cm long, fleshy, light-yellow up to yellow, descending stalk.
Stalk: 3-8cm long, 1-2cm, thick, and central or slightly off central, solid, some fragile, light-yellow up to yellow, smooth or covered white powder at the upper part 1/3, bruising pinkish-yellow or greenish-yellow.
Edibility: local people afraid to taste rare kinds very much.
Season: July-August.
Habitat: very rare small groups on the ground near deciduous pine-tree and birches, in rare wet places in pine tree forest.


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Created: 2014-06-28 00:11:10 EDT (-0400)
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