Having hairy-soft, short hairs.
Trailing or lying down.
Describes leaves divided or lobed along each side of a leafstalk, resembling a feather.
Painted or variegated.
Growing in wet areas.
Forest consisting of native species without signs of human interference or natural disturbance through fire and wind.
A long, false rootlike structure; defines the genera Hymenopellis and Phaeocollybia.
Small white or colored dots, often on the apex of the stem but sometimes covering the stem.
The mouths or openings of the tubes in boletes and polypores.
Common name for members of the family Polyporaceae, with firmly attached, thin tube layers on leathery or woody fruiting bodies.…