Mushrooms occurring in Europe - Trametes hirsuta


Trametes hirsuta - Mushroom annual. Consolidated, semicircular, fan-shaped or kidney shaped. Adnate laterally to the substrate, spread or spread out - deflected, growing singly or fused together in a few roofs. Flat, 30 to 60 mm wide, 40 to 100 mm long and 5 to 10 mm thick.

Hat in young fruiting bodies whitish, yellowish, white-gray, with age gray ash gray, smoky, nutty, dirt-colored, even reddish, often green-colored by algae. Velvet or roughly hairy surface, uneven, concentrically brindle and ribbed. The shore is uneven, wavy to layered, sharp or blunt, pubescent or bald as a result of the trapping of hairs, usually darker fawn to chestnut, on the lower side of the womb.

Single-layer tubes. White or straw-yellow in dark-colored fruiting bodies, even cream-colored. Lengths from 1 to 5 mm.

White, white-gray, later straw-yellow, cream, gray, gray-green or even rust-colored pores. Circular or almost circular in shape, size 0.2 to 0.4 mm.

White flesh, after drying straw-yellow or cream. Thicknesses 3 to 7 mm. Uniform cross-section. Initially elastic, leathery, with age, hard, with fibrous and filamentous breakage. The smell is weak, slightly anise, slightly bitter.

Occurrence: In forests, thickets, parks, gardens, along roads. On the wood of many species of deciduous trees throughout the year. Everywhere very common except in higher mountain locations.

Value: Unaffected fungus.


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