Stereum rugosum (Pers. ex Fr.) Fr. Runzeliger Schichtpilz Stereum rugueux, Bleeding Broadleaf Crust. Fruit body usually resupinate, occasionally forming small woody brackets; fertile surface buff often tinged pink, bleeding red if cut when fresh, drying more ochre and often cracking. Flesh whitish, thin, stratified. Spores white, elliptic, amyloid, 9–13 x 3.5–5um. Habitat on stumps, logs and fallen branches of deciduous trees, especially hazel. Season all year. Frequent. Not edible. Found In Europe.