Fungi: Basidiomycota: Agaricomycetes: Thelephorales: Bankeraceae: Hydnellum concrescens (Pers.) Banker
Synonyms: Calodon fasciatus, Calodon zonatum, Calodon zonatus, Hydnellum fasciatum, Hydnellum parvum, Hydnellum queleletii, Hydnellum queletii, Hydnellum scrobiculatum, Hydnellum subsuccosum, Hydnellum velutinum, Hydnellum vespertilio, Hydnellum zonatum, Hydnum concrescens, Hydnum cyathiforme, Hydnum fasciatum, Hydnum parvum, Hydnum queletii, Hydnum scrobiculatum, Hydnum spathulatum, Hydnum vespertilio, Hydnum zonatum, Phaeodon zonatus, Phellodon fasciatus.
Common name: zoned tooth.
Extract from Wikipedia article: Hydnellum concrescens is an inedible fungus, commonly known as the zoned hydnellum or zoned tooth fungus. As with other tooth fungi, the spores are produced on spines on the underside of the cap, rather than gills. It has a funnel-shaped cap, typically between 2 and 7 cm (0.8–2.8 in) in diameter, which has characteristic concentric zones of color. The cap may also have radial ridges extending from the center to the margins. The spines are pink in young specimens, but turn brown with age.
Finnish: Vyöhykeorakas, Polish: Kolczakówka strefowana, Swedish: Zontaggsvamp.
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