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The cap and stalk

Size

Less than 5 cm

Stem

Simple stem

Hymenophore

Gills

Spore print

white, whitish, cream

Edibility

Inedible

Exikat:

Arrhenia sphagnicola (Berk.) Redhead, Lutzoni, Moncalvo & Vilgalys 2002

Group


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


Order: Agaricales
(4675)
Family: Tricholomataceae
(576)
Genus: Arrhenia
(23)

Bibliography
AUTHOR
TITLE
PAGES
Bruno Cetto
I fungi dal vero vol. 4, 1983
1481
Edmund Garnweidner
Gljive - Džepni gljivački vodič, 1996
72
Edmund Garnweidner
Pilze, 1985
72
Egon Horak
Röhrlinge und Blӓtterpilze in Europa, 2005
97
Guillaume Eyssartier, Pierre Roux
Le Guide des Champignons France et Europe
580
Hans E. Laux
Pilzführer, 2001
126
Henning Knudsen & Jan Vesterholt
Funga Nordica 2012
256
J.Breitenbach / F. Kränzlin
Pilze der Schweiz 3, 1991
306
Jan Holec, Antonín Bielich, Miroslav Beran
PŘEHLED HUB STŘEDNÍ EVROPY 2012
326
Marcel Bon
Pareys Buch der Pilze 1988
128
Meinhard Moser
Kleine Kryptogamenflora Band IIb/2, 1978
95
Pierre Roux
Mille et un champignons 2006
456
R. Courtecuisse & B. Duhem
Mushrooms & Toadstools of Britain & Europe, 1994
340*
Rudolf Winkler
2000 Pilze, 1996
85
Details


Scientific name: Arrhenia sphagnicola (Berk.) Redhead, Lutzoni, Moncalvo & Vilgalys 2002
Synonyms: Species Fungorum 24.11.2013:
Agaricus gerardianus Peck 1873
Agaricus sphagnicola Berk. 1836
Arrhenia fusconigra (P.D. Orton) P.A. Moreau & Courtec. 2008
Arrhenia gerardiana (Peck) Elborne 2008
Clitocybe fusconigra (P.D. Orton) H.E. Bigelow 1985
Clitocybe gerardiana (Peck) Sacc. 1887
Clitocybe gerardiana var. gerardiana (Peck) Sacc. 1887
Clitocybe sphagnicola (Berk.) Raithelh. 1973
Omphalia gerardiana (Peck) Peck 1893
Omphalia sphagnicola (Berk.) P. Karst. 1879
Omphalina fusconigra P.D. Orton 1960
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Habit of Growth: Saprotroph
Protection: Mushroom is not protected
Trees: Betula (Birch)d0d0d0 , Picea (Spruce)d1d1d1 , Pinus (Pine)

Detailed description


Cap: 1,5-3,5 cm across, first convex with a depressed center, later increasingly infundibuliform umbilicate, sometimes when old irregularly undulating, hygrophanous, light ocher to reddish brown, with concentric dark brown, pointed scales which become denser toward the center, almost to the center striate, margin is inrolled for a long time.
Hymenophore: lamellae are light brownish, broad, arcate decurrent.
Spore print: whitish
Spore: cylindric, polymorphic, 8,6-12,5 x 3,1-4,8 μm
Stem: 3-5 x 0,2-0,5 cm, cylindric, base is sometimes thickened, dull, smooth, ocher to reddish brown, sometimes with translucent crossbands, base is whitish from white mycelium, solid, elastic.
Flesh: watery, pale brownish, thin, odorless, taste is mild.
Habitat: solitary to gregarious in moors and stands of spruce, pine and birch, grows from early summer to fall.
Edibility: inedible

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