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Onnia tomentosa

Fruitbodies are stalked.  Caps are more or less circular, 3-18 cm across, up to 4cm thick, spongy, tan to ochre or rusty brown, not zonate, and covered with soft hairs.  Flesh is coloured as the cap, soft, spongy with brown pores that bruise darker. Pores are angular and2-4 per mm.   Stalks are central to off centre, short (up to 5cm), and coloured as the cap.  It fruits on the ground under conifers.