Fungi: Basidiomycota: Agaricomycetes: Polyporales: Polyporaceae: Trametes gibbosa (Pers.) Fr.
Synonyms: Agaricus tectulum, Boletus sinuosus, Bulliardia virescens, Daedalea gibbosa, Daedalea sinuosa, Daedalea virescens, Lenzites gibbosa, Merulius gibbosus, Polyporus gibbosus, Polystictus kalchbrenneri, Pseudotrametes gibbosa, Trametes crenulata, Trametes kalchbrenneri, Trametes nigrescens.
Common name: lumpy bracket.
Extract from Wikipedia article: Trametes gibbosa, commonly known as the lumpy bracket, is a polypore mushroom that causes a white rot. It is found on beech stumps and the dead wood of other hardwood species. Fruit bodies are 8–15 cm in diameter and semicircular in shape. The upper surface is usually gray or white, but may be greenish in older specimens due to algal growth. Elongated pores are located on the under-surface. The fruiting bodies are frequently attacked by boring beetle larvae.
Czech: Outkovka hrbatá, German: Buckel-Tramete, Lithuanian: Karpotoji kempė, Polish: Wrośniak garbaty, Russian: Траметес горбатый, Swedish: Korkticka.
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