Radulomyces molaris - Spread mushroom, hard, hygrophanous. Usually round or oval, strongly adhering to the base, whitish, pale brown, irregularly spilled with age, gray-sugar, yellow-ocher, dirty yellow. Mushroom diameter 50 to 120 mm. The edge is thin, whitish, in old age and during dry weather, protruding at the edges. Barbed hymenophore. The sporocarps growing close together merge and cover larger areas.
Spikes 2 to 5 mm long, irregular, cylindrical or conical, sometimes flared.
Very thin, waxy white flesh.
Occurrence: Pretty rare. grows in deciduous and mixed forests; on dead trunks, branches, oak bark, less often other deciduous trees. It grows throughout the year.
Value: Inedible mushroom.