A genus of fungi that is distinguished by a pileate basidiocarp, di- to trimitic hyphal systems, smooth non-dextrinoid spores, and a hymenium usually without true hymenial cystidia. Aren’t you glad you asked?
2/13/2012 · Nashua River Rail Trail, Nashoba Hospital, Ayer, Massachusetts ≈ 9 × 6" (23 × 15 cm) ID is uncertain
2/13/2012 · Nashua River Rail Trail, Nashoba Hospital, Ayer, Massachusetts ≈ 9 × 6" (22 × 14 cm) ID is uncertain
8/31/2018 · Pearl Hill State Park, Townsend, Massachusetts ≈ 10 × 7" (24 × 16 cm) ID is uncertain
Roughly 75 people in North America are poisoned each year by mushrooms, often from eating a poisonous species that resembles an edible species. Though deaths are rare, there is no cure short of a liver transplant for severe poisoning. Don’t eat any mushroom unless you are absolutely certain of its identity! Please don’t trust the identifications on this site. We aren’t mushroom experts and we haven’t focused on safely identifying edible species.
Polyporus suaveolens (L.:Fr.)Fr.1821
Trametes suaveolens description by Thomas H. Kent, last updated 25 May 2020.