Neolentinus lepideus Scally Sawgill

Neolentinus lepideus                           Scally Sawgill


This large, often white, very tough and thick fleshed conifer loving agaric, is found mainly on stumps 2 -3 years after felling. They occur singly or in small tufted groups. When on the top of stumps they tend to be dome-shaped with a centrally disposed, stout, cylindrical, scally stem.