Daedaleopsis tricolor
Polyporaceae, Aphyllophorales. (Трутовик трехцветный, дедалеопсис трехцветный).

Cap: 6-12cm wide, gentle convex when young up to almost flat, circular and semicircular, minor fan-shaped, sometimes bumpy in the center, semi-concentric or concentric zoned with thin margin, sometimes radial wrinkled; yellowish-brown with light margin when young up to reddish-brown or brownish-orange up to purplish-brown and dark purplish-brown; somewhat radial hairy or velvety.
Flesh 1-3mm thick, whitish up to light brown under darker skin.
Tubes: gill-like 1.5-3mm wide, close, branched and rather thick; sometimes maze-like near fixation edge; white with weak reddish-brown bruising when young; yellowish-brown up to dark brown with aging.
Stalk: absent, lateral fixation is intergrowth with a wood.
Habitat: small group or crowded (overlapped) clusters at the old partially rotten birch stumps or trunks minor at living deciduous wood.
Edibility: stiff as a wood.
Season: June-October or annual, died (?) over winter.


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Old mushrooms
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27.07.2014_689_2, 49.44651°"N”, 75.45741°"E”, 868m; young mushrooms

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