Daedaleopsis confragosa (Bolt. ex Fr.) Schroet. syn. Trametes rubescens (A. & S.) Fr. Rauhe Tramete Tramète rougissante, Blushing Bracket. Bracket 8–22cm across, 4–10cm wide, 1.5–5cm thick, corky, single or tiered, margin thin and acute; upper surface radially wrinkled and concentrically ridged, reddish-brown. Flesh white then pinkish, finally pale brownish. Taste slightly bitter, smell none. Tubes 5–15mm long, cream-coloured. Pores large, usually somewhat elongate or slot-like, whitish readily bruising pink to red on handling when fresh, staining violet with ammonia. Spores white, cylindric 8–11 x 2–3µ. Hyphal structure trimitic. Habitat on deciduous trees, especially willow. Season all year. Frequent. Not edible. Found In Europe.