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PLUTEUS THOMSONII (Berk. & Broome) Dennis

Image of <i>Pluteus thomsonii</i> (Berk. & Broome) Dennis 1948

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MUSHROOM INEDIBLE. Mushroom: smaller size. Pileus is up to 4cm in diameter, raised and is slightly wider at the ends, dark gray-brown in color with a dry and takes on a lighter tone. Characteristic of this type is that there is a striking unmistakably intertwined tissue structures like veins on the surface of a hat. Shaft is a variable width (do0.5cm), up to 5 cm, fibrous structure. Ballots: the grayish in color, with a maturity of becoming Pinky. Spore: elliptical, pink, dimensions 6-8 x 5.5-6. Taste and Smell: a bit like the radish. It occurs solitary or in groups. Saprophytic species, growing on lignocellulosic waste, rotting wood or stumps.The author of the text, mushroom association member Nis, Dusan Sadikovic.

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