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Exikat: S-00091-25-10-2014

Hebeloma incarnatulum A.H. Sm. 1984

Form

The cap and stalk

Size

Less than 5 cm

Stem

Simple stem

Hymenophore

Gills

Spore print

brown

Edibility

Inedible

Group


Phylum: Basidiomycota
(7339)
Class: Agaricomycetes
(7229)
Subclass: Agaricomycetideae
(7229)


Order: Agaricales
(4675)
Family: Hymenogastraceae
(120)
Genus: Hebeloma
(120)


Subgenus: Hebeloma
(120)
Section: Velutipes
(8)

Published in

Bibliography
AUTHOR
TITLE
PAGES
Henning Knudsen & Jan Vesterholt
Funga Nordica 2012
909
Henry J. Beker, Ursula Eberhardt, Jan Vesterholt
Fungi Europaei 14 - Hebeloma (Fr.) P. Kumm., 2016
77, 367, 997
Jan Vesterholt
The genus HEBELOMA 2005
66
Details


Scientific name: Hebeloma incarnatulum A.H. Sm. 1984
Synonyms: Species Fungorum 01.06.2016:
Habit of Growth: Mycorrhiza
Protection: Mushroom is not protected
Trees: Larix (Larch)d0d0 , Picea (Spruce)d1d1d1 , Pinus (Pine)

Detailed description


Cap: 1,5-6 cm across, convex to expanded, umbonate, viscid, dark pink buff to ocher, clay buff or cinnamon, almost unicolored, at the narrow zone at the outer margin pale pinkish buff to cream, sometimes with small, hygrophanous flecks if fresh.
Hymenophore: lamellae are first pale buff, later becoming more clay brown, adnate to little emarginate, narrow to medium broad, crowded, edge is whitish and often with small inconspicuous droplets.
Spore print: brown
Spore: amygdaliform, 8,1-11,2(12,1) x 5-6,3 μm
Stem: 4-13 x 0,4-1,3 cm, basal 0,6-2,5 cm, fibrillose, especially on top densely pruinose, whitish to pale cream, below it sometimes in age discoloring to dark gray buff.
Flesh: white, in age discoloring to ocher brown from the base upward, in stem hollow, in the cavity mostly with a hanging string, odor is radish like, taste is mild, radish like.
Habitat: among mosses, sometimes in Sphagnum, also near spruce and pine, grows from summer to fall.
Edibility: inedible

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