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– grayish white hydnum, drab tooth
– spruce tooth
Description: Bankera violascens has a smooth, then scaly, irregularly lobed cap, which is whitish at first becoming purplish brown with age. The spines below are whitish to gray and 1/4 inches long. The stem is brownish purple, though white at the very top, and normally tapers to the base. The flesh is tinted lilac in the cap, and darker purplish brown in the stem.
Habitat: conifer woodland
– gray falsebolete
Description: The commonest of the three boletopsises is Boletopsis grisea, which apparently occurs mostly with pine; it has a dull gray to blackish, often radially streaked, cap that sometimes is slightly scaly near the center.
Habitat: dry pine woodland
– kurokawa, kurotake
Description: Our commonest one seems to be B. grisea, which apparently occurs mostly with pine; it has dull gray to blackish, often radially streaked, cap that sometimes is slightly scaly near the center. The similar B. leucomelaena occurs mainly with spruce. B. smithii is known from a single collection in Washington and is distinctive by the orange coloration of the cap and stipe.
Description: B. smithii is known from a single collection in Washington and is distinctive by the orange coloration of the cap and stipe.
– orange Hydnellum, orange spine, orange rough-cap tooth, orange tooth
– blue-gray Hydnellum, bluish Hydnellum, blue spine, blue tooth, bluish tooth
– concrescent corky spine fungus, zonate tooth, zoned tooth
– bleeding Hydnellum, strawberries-and-cream, devil's tooth, red-juice tooth
– rough Hydnellum, ridged tooth
– sweet-smelling Hydnellum, sweet spine
– black tooth
Distribution: Confined to the Pacific Coast.
Habitat: Common under Sitka spruce.
– zoned cork Hydnum, zoned Phellodon, woolly tooth
Distribution: Common in PNW and occur elsewhere in the northern U.S., Canada, and Europe.
Habitat: Conifer forests
Habitat: Often occurs in moss near western hemlocks.
– hawk-wing, scaly hedgehog, shingled hedgehog, scaly tooth
Habitat: S. imbricatus is commonly found in the conifer forests of the PNW and in either conifer or mixed forests in the rest of North America and much of Europe.
– bitter hedgehog, scaber Hydnum, bitter tooth
Distribution: Common in PNW
Habitat: S. scabrosus occurs in conifer forests in the PNW, especially in second-growth stands of western hemlock and Douglas-fir with a salal understory.