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Fungi: Basidiomycota: Agaricomycetes: Russulales: Stereaceae: Stereum sanguinolentum (Alb. & Schwein.) Fr., 1838

Stereum sanguinolentum – Bleeding conifer crust

Synonyms: Auricularia sanguinolenta, Haematostereum sanguinolentum, Merulius sanguinolentus, Phlebomorpha sanguinolenta, Stereum balsameum, Stereum rigens, Thelephora sanguinolenta, Thelephora sericea.

Common name: bleeding conifer crust.

Russian name: Stereum krasneiushchiy.

Extract from Wikipedia article: Stereum sanguinolentum is a species of fungus in the Stereaceae family. A plant pathogen, it causes red heart rot, a red discoloration on conifers, particularly spruces or Douglas-firs. Fruit bodies are produced on dead wood, or sometimes on dead branches of living trees. They are a thin leathery crust of the wood surface. Fresh fruit bodies will bleed a red-colored juice if injured, reflected in the common names bleeding Stereum or the bleeding conifer parchment. It can be the host of the parasitic jelly fungus Tremella encephala.

Photos of this mushroom from the area of St. Petersburg, Russia

<B>Stereum sanguinolentum</B>(?) mushrooms on a spruce near Lisiy Nos, west from Saint Petersburg. Russia, <A HREF="../date-en/2017-02-18.htm">February 18, 2017</A>
LinkStereum sanguinolentum(?) mushrooms on a spruce near Lisiy Nos, west from Saint Petersburg. Russia, February 18, 2017
Location on mapsPolyanskaya dor., g. Sankt-Peterburg, Russia, 197755


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