Thelephorales is an order of basidiomycete fungi which have few uniting morphological charecteristics but which have been identified as closely related through molecular phylogeny (studies of their DNA). Some are tooth fungi but others have varying characteristics.
Boletopsis
Photographs of Boletopsis grisea, Boletopsis melaena and Boletopsis subsquamosa. Text in Polish.
Hydnellum spongiosipes
Photograph of this species.
Hydnellum suaveolens
Photograph of this species.
Phellodon niger
Photograph of this species.
Phellodon tomentosus
Photograph of this species.
Polyozellus multiplex: The Blue Chanterelle
Photographs and description on this fungus which is not in fact a chanterelle, and grows in fused clusters under spruces and firs in North America.
Sarcodon fuligineo-violaceum
Photograph of this species.
Sarcodon imbricatus
Photograph of this fungus.
Sarcodon scabrosus
Several photographs and a description of this fungus and its habitat, in Polish and English. Also photographs of Sarcodon imbricatus and Sarcodon joeides for comparison purposes.
Sarcodon scabrosus
Photograph of this species.
Thelephora palmata
Photograph of this species.
Thelephora terrestris
Several photographs of this fungus and its typical habitat.
Thelephorales
Information from Wikipedia on this order of basidiomycete fungi.
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