Hydnotrya tulasnei - Mushroom diameter 20 to 50 mm, flesh-red to red-brown. On the surface, pitted to furrowed. Smooth covers. The interior is red-brown and whitishly veined, with cervical, loosened coils, which in places have connection with the outside.
Flesh with a weak spicy odor.
Occurrence: In deciduous and coniferous forests, mostly under oaks, sometimes not infrequently. Growing underground, sometimes partially protruding. From August to October.
Value: Mushroom but not very tasty.