Definition of Hydnaceae
: a family of fungi (order Agaricales) that are distinguished by a hymenium spread out over teeth, spines, or warty emergences or a fleshy, woody, or leathery fruiting body and that include several which cause rot in timbers and a few which are edible
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Origin and Etymology of hydnaceae
New Latin, from Hydnum, type genus + -aceae
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