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Hydnum repandum · raukšlėtasis dyglutis

EN · sweet tooth, wood hedgehog DE · Semmel-Stoppelpilz, Semmelgelbe Stacheling LT · raukšlėtasis dyglutis LV · dzeltenā kliņģerene, jomainā adatene PL · kolczak obłączasty

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydnum_repandum A mycorrhizal fungus, Hydnum repandum is broadly distributed in Europe where it fruits singly or in close groups in coniferous or deciduous woodland. The fungus produces fruit bodies (mushrooms) that are characterized by their spore-bearing structures - in the form of spines rather than gills - which hang down from the underside of the cap. The cap is dry, coloured yellow to light orange to brown, and often develops an irregular shape, especially when it has grown closely crowded with adjacent fruit bodies. The mushroom tissue is white with a pleasant odor and a spicy or bitter taste. All parts of the mushroom stain orange with age or when bruised.

This is a choice edible species, although mature specimens can develop a bitter taste. It has no poisonous lookalikes. Mushrooms are collected and sold in local markets.

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