In the American south, there appears to be a variety about which the common wisdom is it’s okay to eat, if you don’t eat very much of it.
A European version, particularly in Scandinavia, appears to be safer.
Another variety (called “Fistulina hepatica” in Latin) in the UK, Japan and south-eastern United States appears to start off as a white fungus on the tree, but which turns red where it is bruised in harvesting. This one is a flat fungus, kind of shaped like a piece of liver. To many people, the taste is bitter. It’s also called Ox-tongue Fungus, and Fleischschwamm in German.
Some sources say that some people are not sensitive to the mushroom and can eat it, but you don’t know until you try: how lucky do you feel? Give this one a miss, or join a mushroom society and get expert guidance and advice before letting someone feed it to you.