Mushrooms occurring in Europe - Hohenbuehelia atrocoerulea


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Hohenbuehelia atrocoerulea - A hat with a diameter of 2-5 cm, shell-shaped, semi-circular, kidney-shaped or fan-shaped. In young fruiting bodies the tip is convex and attached to the ground. The elderly have a short stem. Fairly variable surface, blue-black, gray-brown, olive or red-brown, sometimes whitish with a blue-gray shade

Lamellae initially white, then creamy yellow, forked.

Stem very short, lateral, full.

Off-white pulp, with a floury smell and taste. There is a jelly-like film under the cap's skin, forming a black line when dried.

Occurrence: Europe, South and North America

inedible mushroom

 

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