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LACRYMARIA LACRYMABUNDA (Bull.) Pat.

Image of <i>Lacrymaria lacrymabunda</i> (Bull.) Pat. 1887

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EDIBLE MUSHROOMS. To learn more about this fungus is very important to note the color of its leaves and drops that drip when the spores mature .... As they grow in the group, a fungus that is found under the other, you can totally get a black hat on these drops of colored spores (Expert commentary-Marjan Kustera). Hats diameter of 3-7 cm, fleshy, soft, fibrous tufts covered with rufous-brown color.Leaves brown. When it comes to slow maturation of dropping red liquid.The handle height of 10 cm, tender, white or brown, sprinkled with black spots on fibrous residues nitastog veil. The entire length of the brown-speckled with red tufts.Spores black in mass.Meat gently, rufous-brown, odorless.Habitat in the forests in small or large groups, at home or on degraded stumps from spring to autumn.

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