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Mushrooms occurring in Europe - Phallus impudicus

1 Jun 2019 1 minute read 0 comments marianomariano

The Phallus impudicus, commonly known as a common bruise, is a widespread mushroom recognizable due to its unpleasant odor and its phallic shape in the mature, the last feature giving rise to several names in the seventeenth-century England. Common...

Mushrooms occurring in Europe - Boletus badius

1 Jun 2019 1 minute read 0 comments marianomariano

Boletus badius - The hat reaches a diameter of 30 to 150 mm, it is brown, chocolate, dark chestnut, brownish brown, brown, almost black at birth (hence the common name "black head"); young fruiting bodies have a hemispherical shape, which with age...

Mushrooms occurring in Europe - Rhodocollybia maculata

31 May 2019 1 minute read 0 comments marianomariano

Rhodocollybia maculata - White hat with irregular rusty-brown spots; matte and smooth surface, thin and long folded edge; 40-100 mm in diameter, young hemispherical, later convex, mature flat and bent, not hygrophanous. Plaques white to cream, with...

Mushrooms occurring in Europe - Peniophora quercina

30 May 2019 1 minute read 0 comments marianomariano

Peniophora quercina - One-year mushroom; spread, spread-bent; single circular 30 to 200 mm long, 0.2 to 2 mm thick, combines with other individuals into larger coats; firmly attached to the ground, difficult to detach. During the drought, it shrinks...

Mushrooms occurring in Europe - Gymnopus confluens

30 May 2019 1 minute read 0 comments marianomariano

Gymnopus confluens - Hat diameter 20 to 40 mm, young hemispherical, dullly bellied, then flattened with a dull and broad hump, in old age with curled edge, leathery, hygrophanous, smooth, naked, dry whitish-creamy, light-brown, moist, meat-brown. Th...

Mushrooms occurring in Europe - Xylaria hypoxylon

30 May 2019 1 minute read 0 comments marianomariano

Xylaria hypoxylon - Mushroom in the shape of a shaft or horns, slender and flattened. Lower part of the molten, thin, often bent and gradually tapering, the upper part often in the shape of horns deer (rarely not bifurcated), flattened, not breaking...

Mushrooms occurring in Europe - Gymnopus peronatus

30 May 2019 1 minute read 0 comments marianomariano

Gymnopus peronatus - Hat diameter 20 to 60 mm, chestnut-red, red-brown with yellowish to ocher shade, sometimes looking like silvery frosted or watery, irregular patches, hygrophanous, faded in a dry state, convex, then flat with a small umbo, somet...

Mushrooms occurring in Europe - Rhodocollybia butyracea

29 May 2019 1 minute read 2 comments marianomariano

Rhodocollybia butyracea - Hat with a diameter of 40 to 70 mm, initially arched, then flat with a hump, very water-absorbent (hygrophanous), smooth, naked; in the moist period dark-gray, rusty-brown to red-brown, in the dry period gray-white to pale-...

Mushrooms occurring in Poland and Europe - Armillaria mellea (honey mushroom)

29 May 2019 1 minute read 0 comments marianomariano

Armillaria mellea A hat with a diameter of 30 to 110 mm, first hemispherical with the incurved margin, then convex to flat with a sharp edge of honey, olive-brown; dry surface, covered with fine, darker scales, naked in older specimens, always dark...

Mushrooms occurring in Europe - Agaricus campestris

29 May 2019 1 minute read 0 comments marianomariano

Agaricus campestris - Hat diameter 30 to 120 mm; young almost spherical, closed; later hemispherical to spread. Surface dry, smooth, shiny, silky, radially fibrous; in the middle, sometimes cracked into thin, brownish, adhering scales; white, someti...