Albatrellus confluens: a unique species of mushroom found in North America known for its distinctive texture and earthy flavor.
Albatrellus ovinus, commonly known as the sheep polypore, is a type of mushroom found in North America and Europe. It is often found growing on the trunks of dead or dying hardwood trees, and is known for its distinctive woolly appearance. Despite its widespread distribution, relatively little is known about the ecology and biology of this species.
Albatrellus subrubescens, commonly known as the red-staining polypore, is a type of fungus found in temperate forests of North America and Asia. It is known for its vibrant red color and its ability to stain blue or green when bruised or damaged. This mushroom is edible and is sometimes used in traditional Chinese medicine.
Albatrellus tianschanicus is a rare mushroom species found in the mountainous regions of Central Asia. It is known for its distinctive yellow-orange cap and high nutritional value.
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