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Fungi: Basidiomycota: Agaricomycetes: Polyporales: Polyporaceae: Lenzites betulina (L.) Fr. 1838

Lenzites betulina – Birch mazegill

Synonyms: Agaricus betulinus, Agaricus coriaceus, Agaricus flaccidus, Agaricus fuscatus, Agaricus hirsutus, Agaricus tomentosus, Boletus versicolor, Cellularia betulina, Cellularia cinnamomea, Cellularia flaccida, Cellularia guineensis, Cellularia hirsuta, Cellularia interrupta, Cellularia junghuhnii, Cellularia pinastri, Cellularia sorbina, Cellularia umbrina, Cellularia velutina, Chamaeceras fuscatus, Daedalea betulina, Daedalea cinnamomea, Daedalea flaccida, Daedalea interrupta, Daedalea variegata, Gloeophyllum cinnamomeum, Gloeophyllum hirsutum, Lenzites berkeleyi, Lenzites betuliniformis, Lenzites cinnamomea, Lenzites connata, Lenzites cyclogramma, Lenzites flaccida, Lenzites furcata, Lenzites guineensis, Lenzites hispida, Lenzites interrupta, Lenzites isabellina, Lenzites junghuhnii, Lenzites ochracea, Lenzites pertenuis, Lenzites pinastri, Lenzites sepiaria, Lenzites sorbina, Lenzites subbetulina, Lenzites umbrina, Lenzites variegata, Marasmius fuscatus, Merulius betulinus, Merulius squamosus, Sesia hirsuta, Trametes betulina.

Common name: birch mazegill.

Russian names: Lenzites berezovyy, Lentsites beriozovyy.

Extract from Wikipedia article: Trametes betulina (formerly Lenzites betulina), sometimes known by common names gilled polypore, birch mazegill or multicolor gill polypore, is a species of fungus.

Photos of this mushroom from the area of St. Petersburg, Russia

Birch mazegill mushroom (<B>Lenzites betulina</B>) from a burned conifer tree near Orekhovo, 40 miles north from Saint Petersburg. Russia, <A HREF="../date-en/2017-04-27.htm">April 27, 2017</A>
LinkBirch mazegill mushroom (Lenzites betulina) from a burned conifer tree near Orekhovo, 40 miles north from Saint Petersburg. Russia, April 27, 2017

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