Trametes Versicolor

Further designations: Coriolus versicolor, Schmetterlingstramete, Wolkenpilz, Yun Zhi, Kawaratake

The Coriolus versicolor grows in the whole world thanks to its climatic adaptability. It is also common in German forests and can be found on dead tree trunks of deciduous wood such as beech, birch, poplar, willow or cherry.

Coriolus attracts attention through its partly flat consoles up to rosette-shaped hats that have a fine velvety, also silky, shiny and colourful multi-coloured surface.
Coriolus is characterized by a high proportion of polysaccharides, in particular the two substances PSP and PSK.