Polyporus lepideus identification

About mushroom

Polyporus lepideus is a fungus which was described by Fr. 1818. Polyporus lepideus included in the genus Polyporus and family Polyporaceae.


Cap up to 15 cm.
Circular, or funneled.
Scaly, dry cuticle brown variable.
Tubes decurrent, whitish.
Large, circular pores creamy white.
Short step, up to 4 cm - yellowish or reddish brown.
Tough, leathery, whitish flesh.


Has large, Visible pores.
Grows in winter. Normal seasoning Spring

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More info about Polyporus lepideus mushroom

Inedible
Location:
Europe
Polyporus ciliatus
Class:
Agaricomycetes
Order:
Polyporales
Family:
Polyporaceae
Last modification: 2015-10-19 15:41:50

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