| Mycorrhaphium adustum
|Found summer and fall growing from wood, this toothed
polypore has small, soft, white to tan spines that bruise when
handled. Older collections will often have a black cap margin
and darker spines. Stem, when present, is white and velvety.
Spore print white.
|See Mycorrhaphium adustum at
Fungi Growing on Wood
|See also The Audubon Society Field
Guide to North American Mushrooms,
1981, Lincoff, p. 435.