Abortiporus biennis

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                     Abortiporus biennis, (Bulliard) Singer 'Bleeding or Blushing Rosette’ is an unusual and  It is in the Podoscyphaceae family of the Polyporales order. It feeds on buried wood (roots, stumps) of dead trees and occasionally of conifers. It can also parasitize the roots of living trees. It eventually can develop a more typical-appearing rosette of caps and stems, but initially takes on several lumpy forms. It should ooze red droplets when the flesh is squeezed. It is not edible.