Cystolepiota Seminuda

Cystolepiota seminuda Cystolepiota seminuda Cystolepiota seminuda

Cystolepiota seminuda

Cystolepiota seminuda

Description: A hat with a diameter of 1.5-2 (3) cm, at first rounded-conical, closed from below with a dense granular blanket, then broadly conical or convex with a tubercle, later prostrate, tuberous, with a delicate, coarse-flaky, powdery coating, often with a flaky border hanging along the edge, naked with age, white with a pinkish, fawn top.

The plates are frequent, narrow, thin, loose, yellowish, cream.

Spore powder white

The leg is 3-4 cm long and 0.1-0.2 cm in diameter, cylindrical, thin, with a granular delicate coating, hollow, yellowish-pinkish, pinkish, pale yellow, powdered with white grains, often naked with age, more red at the base.

The pulp is thin, fragile, white, pinkish in the stem, without a special smell or with an unpleasant smell of raw potatoes.

Distribution: Inhabits from mid-July to mid-September in deciduous and mixed forests on the soil, among twigs or coniferous litter, in groups, rarely found

Similarity: Schodens Scallet Lepiota (Lepiota clypeolaria), from which it differs in pinkish tones and the absence of scutellic scales on the cap

Grade: Edible not known.

Cystolepiota seminuda Cystolepiota seminuda Cystolepiota seminuda

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