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Total mushrooms fount: 116

Also known as: common ink cap or inky cap
Also known as: late fall polypore, resinous polypore, or benzoin bracket
Also known as: harefoot mushroom
Also known as: western jack-o'-lantern mushroom
Also known as: Buttery Collybia
Also known as: White Dapperling
Also known as: smooth chanterelle
Fruit body a laterally attached, bracket-like cap without a stem. Cap 3-8cm across, circular to kidney-shaped, margin inrolled when young; bright yellow-orange when young, then tawny buff, densely hairy surface. Gills narrow, rather crowded; bright orange-yellow. Also known as: mock oyster the orange oyster
Also known as: reddish brown bitter bolete
Fruiting body sessile to substipitate, at first subglobose, to cushion-shaped, soon deeply wrinkled to cerebriform; substipitate forms initially short-cylindrical to turbinate, becoming lobed to deeply convoluted, sometimes laterally compressed from adjacent fruiting bodies and appearing fan-shaped; at maturity up to 5 cm broad, 2 cm tall, abruptly narrowed and pallid at the attachment point; surface viscid, glabrous, roughened with a hand-lens, yellow-orange, drying reddish-orange to reddish-brown, forming a tough, membranous film on the substrate; context gelatinous, colored like the cap, tending to liquify with age; odor and taste not distinctive.
Also known as: Hemlock varnish shelf
Also known as: False Turkey Tail
Also known as: velvet roll-rim velvet-footed pax
Cap: 1 — 4.5 cm across, convex to subumbonate, chestnut or orangish brown to yellowish brown to pearly cream color, hygrophanous, glabrous, sub-viscid, translucent-striate near the margin, from slightly to highly undulated in maturity, with irregular yellowish, brownish, or bluish tones, sometimes white when dry. Flesh thick, pliant. Bruises blue and green where injured. Gills: adnate attachment and range from whitish to rusty brown, lavender, or dark purple brown. Spore print: Dark purple brown. Stipe: 1.5 – 9 cm by 1 – 7 mm, equal, somewhat subbulbous, hollow, base sometimes hypogeous, smooth at the top and often having small scales near the bottom, colored whitish with irregular yellowish, brownish, or bluish tones. The partial veil is variable, ranging from a thin cortina that leaves a barely perceptible annular zone, to a substantial membrane that leaves a fairly persistent annulus. Taste: farinaceous Odor: farinaceous to spicy
Also known as: Crab brittlegill or the shrimp mushroom
Cap: Up to 6cm in diameter with yellow-to-orange-brownish or matt yellow colour. Gills: Initially pale orangish-yellow, pale grey when mature, later darker purple/brown. Spore powder: Dark burgundy/brown. Stipe: Yellowish, somewhat rust-brown below. Taste: Mild (other Hypholomas mostly have a bitter taste).
Also known as: brown roll-rim, common roll-rim, or poison pax
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