Fungi: Basidiomycota: Agaricomycetes: Cantharellales: Hydnaceae: Hydnum rufescens Pers.
Synonyms: Dentinum rufescens, Hydnum carnosum, Hydnum repandum, Hydnum sulcatipes, Sarcodon repandum, Tyrodon rufescens.
Common name: terracotta hedgehog.
Extract from Wikipedia article: Hydnum rufescens, commonly known as the terracotta hedgehog, is an edible basidiomycete of the family Hydnaceae. It belongs to the small group of mushrooms often referred to as the tooth fungi, which produce fruit bodies whose cap undersurfaces are covered by hymenophores resembling spines or teeth, and not pores or gills.
Catalan: Llengua de bou vermellosa, Czech: Lišák ryšavý, Estonian: Pruunjas narmik, Finnish: Rusko-orakas, Galician: Lingua de vaca avermellada, Hungarian: Sárgásvörös gereben, Lithuanian: Rausvagelsvis dyglutis, Norwegian Bokmål: Rødgul piggsopp, Polish: Kolczak rudawy, Russian: Ежовик рыжеющий, Swedish: Rödgul taggsvamp, Welsh: Pigau draenog cochlyd.
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