Hydnoporia tabacina 

Hymenochaetopsis tabacina 03040

Hydnoporia tabacina (Hymenochaetopsis tabacina)  (Sowerby) Spirin, Mettinen & K.H. Larss. 2019

is a tobacco-colored saprotrophic resupinate crust fungus found on the underside of hardwood branches. It is related to the glue fungi - Hydnoporia olivacea (Hymenochaete olivacea) and Hydnoporia corrugata (Hymnenochaetopsis agglutinans). Often short tiered, zoned hairy caps develop on the exposed sides. It is in the Hymenochaetaceae family of the Hymenochaetales family.

Miettinen, O, K.H. Larsson, and V. Spirin. 2019. Hydnoporia, an older name for Pseudochaete and Hymenochaetopsis, and typification of the genus Hymenochaete (Hymenochaetales, Basidiomycota). Fungal Syst Evolution 4: 77–96.