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Remarks (internal):Maas Geesteranus (1959) considered H. auratile as a distinct species, but he transferred the name to Hydnellum auratile. After reviewing his fig. 40 and reading the type description, I concur with his findings. 
Description type:Non-original description 
Description:Hydnum auratile Britzelmayr
Type specimen (none seen; observed pl. 681. fig. 40.)
Macromorphology (living fide Britzelmayr): Sporophore: pileus up to 2.5 cm broad irregularly indented (infundibuliform). with prominent bulges, yellow, yellow red, white at margin, surface fibrous, felt-like context cork-like fibrous, fire red. Stipe up to 6.5 x 0.5 cm, attenuate below, with irregular clumps at base, brown; context fire red, brown in base. Spines: often very long and bent, decurrent, brownish red; taste almost pungent; odor of flour. Micromorphology (living fide Britzelmayr): Basidiospores: gray brown, containing one nucleus, with few corners 5-6:3-4.
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