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Synonyms: Agaricus nidulans, Boletus nidulans, Boletus resupinatus, Boletus rutilans, Boletus spongiosus, Boletus versicolor, Fomes resupinatus, Fomes spongiosus, Hapalopilus nidulans, Hemidiscia rutilans, Inodermus rutilans, Inonotus nidulans, Inonotus rutilans, Leptoporus rutilans, Phaeolus nidulans, Phaeolus rutilans, Polyporus nidulans, Polyporus rutilans, Polyporus spongiosus, Polystictus nidulans, Polystictus rutilans, Poria resupinata, Poria spongiosa, Scindalma spongiosum.
Common name: cinnamon bracket.
Russian name: Gapalopilus krasnovatyy.
Extract from Wikipedia article: Hapalopilus nidulans (also known as Hapalopilus rutilans) is a species of polypore fungus in the family Polyporaceae. Officially described in 1821, it was transferred to its current genus Hapalopilus six decades later. It is commonly known as the tender nesting polypore, purple dye polypore, or the cinnamon bracket. This widely distributed species is found on five continents. It grows on the fallen or standing dead wood of deciduous trees, in which it fruits singly, in groups, fused, or in overlapping clusters. Fruit bodies are in the form of kidney-shaped to semicircular, cinnamon-orange-brown brackets. The underside of the fruit body features a yellowish to brownish pore surface with tiny angular pores, from which spores are released.
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