Skarp rustbrunpigg, Hydnellum peckii, the bleeding tooth fungus, also known as the red juice tooth or the devil's tooth.
In conditions of high humidity, several species can form striking colored drops on the actively growing caps: red drops in H. peckii, H. diabolus, H. ferrugineum, and H. cruentum, yellow drops in H. caeruleum, and coffee-colored drops in H. mirabile. The common names of H. peckii reflect its appearance: "strawberries and cream" and "bleeding tooth fungus". Some Hydnellum species have a mealy odor (e.g. H. mirabile and H. pineticola) similar to freshly ground flour. H. zonatum smells like melilot, while H. suaveolens has an sweet odor resembling anise or peppermint. All are too tough and woody to be edible, and many have an acrid taste anyway.
Hydnellum peckii is an inedible (though not toxic) fungus, and a member of the genus Hydnellum of the family Bankeraceae. It is a hydnoid species, producing spores on the surface of vertical spines or tooth-like projections that hang from the undersurface of the fruit bodies. It is found in North America, Europe, and was recently discovered in Iran (2008) and Korea (2010). Hydnellum peckii is a mycorrhizal species, and forms mutually beneficial relationships with a variety of coniferous trees, growing on the ground singly, scattered, or in fused masses.