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The cap and stalk

Size

Less than 5 cm

Stem

Simple stem

Hymenophore

Gills

Spore print

olive brown

Edibility

Inedible

Exikat:

Hebeloma pseudoamarescens (Kühner & Romagn.) P. Collin 1988

Group


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


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


Subgenus: Hebeloma
(120)
Section: Pseudoamarescens
(1)

Bibliography
AUTHOR
TITLE
PAGES
Egon Horak
Röhrlinge und Blӓtterpilze in Europa, 2005
378, 383
Henning Knudsen & Jan Vesterholt
Funga Nordica 2012
921
Henry J. Beker, Ursula Eberhardt, Jan Vesterholt
Fungi Europaei 14 - Hebeloma (Fr.) P. Kumm., 2016
69, 541, 1198
J.Breitenbach / F. Kränzlin
Pilze der Schweiz 5, 2000
118
Meinhard Moser
Kleine Kryptogamenflora Band IIb/2, 1978
336, 339
R. Courtecuisse & B. Duhem
Mushrooms & Toadstools of Britain & Europe, 1994
1002*
Rudolf Winkler
2000 Pilze, 1996
317
Details


Scientific name: Hebeloma pseudoamarescens (Kühner & Romagn.) P. Collin 1988
Synonyms: Species Fungorum 01.06.2016:
Alnicola pseudoamarescens Kühner & Romagn. 1947
Hebeloma funariophilum M.M. Moser 1970
Hebelomatis funariophilum (M.M. Moser) Locq. 1979
Naucoria pseudoamarescens (Kühner & Romagn.) Kühner & Romagn. 1953
Habit of Growth: Mycorrhiza
Protection: Mushroom is not protected
Trees: Abies (Fir) , Betula (Birch)d1d1d1 , Pinus (Pine) , Populus (Poplar)d3d3d3 , Quercus (Oak)d4d4 , Salix (Willow)d5d5

Detailed description


Cap: 1-2,5 cm across, first hemispehrical to conical, later campanulate to convex, old plane, with a distinct umbo, smooth, dull to satiny, hygrophanous, deep orange to red brown with only faint striation if wet, if dry light ocher, margin is even and acute, sometimes crante or little split if old.
Hymenophore: lamellae are first whitish, later ocher brown, broad, notched and broadly attached, edges are smooth, whitish.
Spore print: olive brown
Spore: narrow elliptic to amygdaliform, weakly verrucose, 8,4-11 x 4-5,6 μm
Stem: 3-5,5 x 0,2-0,3 cm, cylindric, hollow, densely longitudinally white fibrilose on a light brown background if young, later glabrescent and dark brown, apex is white pruinose, base is sometimes little enlarged and white tomentose.
Flesh: whtish to brownish, thin, odorless, taste is bitter.
Habitat: in groups, gregarious, more rarely solitary on old burned places, grows from summer to fall.
Edibility: inedible

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