Orange-yellow oyster mushroom. The hat can be up to 8 cm in diameter, has a bright orange color, very visible in winter weather. Semicircular in appearance, in the shape of a fan, outstretched with age. Adherent to the ground sideways. The edge is wavy, slightly curled. To the touch, the mushroom is soft, velvety.
Gills in the color of a hat, quite wide. There is no leg, the hat is attached to wood, the trunk of a tree
The flesh is lighter to the outer color of the mushroom, usually slightly yellowish and quite elastic. The fungus has an unpleasant, nauseous smell, of rotting vegetation, mild in taste.
Occurrence: The fungus is becoming rarer. It grows from summer to fall, but can also be found in early winter. Its location is dead conifers, while deciduous trees are rare. Value: Inedible mushroom.