Soap row

Soap row (Tricholoma saponaceum) Soap row (Tricholoma saponaceum) Soap row (Tricholoma saponaceum)

Soap row (Tricholoma saponaceum)

Systematics:

  • Department: Basidiomycota (Basidiomycetes)
  • Subdivision: Agaricomycotina (Agaricomycetes)
  • Class: Agaricomycetes (Agaricomycetes)
  • Subclass: Agaricomycetidae
  • Order: Agaricales (Agaric or Lamellar)
  • Family: Tricholomataceae (Tricholomaceae or Ordinary)
  • Genus: Tricholoma (Tricholoma or Ryadovka)
  • Species: Tricholoma saponaceum (Soap row)

Synonyms:

  • Agaricus saponaceus;
  • Gyrophila saponacea;
  • Tricholoma moserianum.

Soap row

Mushroom Ryadovka soap (Latin Tricholoma saponaceum) belongs to the genus of mushrooms of the Ryadovkov family. Basically, the family of these mushrooms grows in rows, for which it got its name.

Soapy ryadovka is named for the rather unpleasant odor of laundry soap emitted.

External description

The hat of a row of soap is initially hemispherical, convex, later almost prostrate, polymorphic, reaching from 5 to 15 cm (occasionally 25 cm), smooth or scaly, wrinkled in dry weather, slightly sticky in wet weather, sometimes separated by small cracks. Cap color ranges from the more typical ocher-gray, gray, olive-gray to blackish-brown eve with a blue or lead, sometimes greenish tint. The thin edges of the cap are slightly fibrous.

Together with the soapy smell, a reliable distinguishing feature of this mushroom is the pulp that turns red when broken and a rather bitter taste. The root-shaped stem of the fungus tapers downward. It is covered with small blackish scales.

Season and habitat of the mushroom

Rowing soap is considered a widespread mushroom. The fungus is found in conifers (forms mycorrhiza with spruce) and deciduous forests, as well as meadows from late August to late October in large groups.

Similar types and differences from them

The soapy row in its appearance is very similar to the gray row, from which it differs in the darker color of the plates, olive tones of the cap, pinkish pulp (in the leg) and a noticeable unpleasant odor. It differs from greenfinch in rare light (not greenish-yellow mi) plates and an unpleasant odor. It also looks like a conditionally edible brown ryadovka covered with brown spots, growing mainly on humus soil under birches and having a pronounced mushroom smell.

Edibility

There are conflicting rumors about the edibility of this mushroom: some consider it toxic (a soapy line can cause upset gastrointestinal th path); others, on the other hand, salt it with garlic and horseradish after boiling. When cooking, the unpleasant smell of cheap laundry soap from this mushroom only intensifies.

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Photo of the mushroom Ryadovka soapy from the questions in recognition:

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