about the genus Mazegill (Phaeolus)
 
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Big, tomentose, annual, mostly stipitate, brown-rotting polypore, fruiting from conifer roots, trunks or stumps, rarely from hardwood, with sulphur yellow margin on fresh specimens; with ellipsoid spores and projecting cystidia.
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 about the species Dyer's Mazegill (Phaeolus schweinitzii)
 
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© Jens H. Petersen - Denmark, JHP-06.239


© Thomas Læssøe - Russia (Kamchatka), TL-4699


© Jens H. Petersen - Denmark, JHP-81.126


young fruit-bodies
© Jens H. Petersen - Denmark, JHP-09.389

old fruit-bodies
© Jens H. Petersen - Denmark, JHP-09.389

pore surface
© Jens H. Petersen - Denmark, JHP-99.506

habitat
© Jens H. Petersen - Denmark, JHP-06.239
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