BEP Mushrooms

The Toothed Jelly Fungus (Pseudohydnum gelatinosum) has a fertile surface covered with small spines or teeth rather than gills or pores. The fruiting body is fan shaped and the spores are white. Its rubbery texture places it in the group of Jelly Fungi, but it is not a genuine toothed fungus as the name suggests. It can be found glowing in a shaft of light in the damp litter under conifers, particularly Doug Firs.