Schizophyllum amplum - Mushroom with a diameter of 5 to 15 mm. In a more shallow or deeper cup shape. Upper, outer side (vapor) convex, whitish, slightly soft. Inner side (hymenium) flesh-brown, ocher-brown to chocolate-brown, matt glossy, smooth, widely used to be wrinkled. The margin of the fruiting body bent to the inside, white, pleated. Fresh leavening fruit, elastic, dry - hard, horny.
Flesh-rubbery, odorless pulp.
Occurrence: Throughout the year, but mainly in autumn, winter and spring. On fallen branches of deciduous trees, especially osica.
Value: Unaffected fungus.