4 edition of genus Collybia (Agaricales) in the northeastern United States and adjacent Canada found in the catalog.
genus Collybia (Agaricales) in the northeastern United States and adjacent Canada
Roy E. Halling
|Statement||Roy E. Halling.|
|Series||Mycologia memoir ;, no. 8|
|Contributions||New York Botanical Garden., Mycological Society of America.|
|LC Classifications||QK629.A4 H24 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||148 p. :|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||82023447|
National Science Foundation, "Monographic Studies on Collybia in tropical South America," , $88, Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society Grant-in-aid-of Research, , $ Esther Colton Whited Scholarship Award, , $ Dendrocollybia é um gênero fúngico pertencente à família Tricholomataceae, da ordem Agaricales. É um gênero monotípico, contendo a única espécie Dendrocollybia racemosa, comumente conhecida como "Collybia ramificada".Os espécimes um tanto raros são encontrados no hemisfério setentrional, incluindo a região noroeste do Pacífico, no oeste da América do Norte, e na Europa, onde Classe: Agaricomycetes.
Collybia dryophila (Bull.) P. Kumm., Der Führer in die Pilzkunde: () [MB#]. Mushroom Toxins and Poisonings - Tulloss and Smullen - version of 3/24/06 4 of 21 This toxin group is known from one section of the genusAmanita [sect. Phalloideae,which,- ica includes the following:A. bisporigera (=A. virosa sensu auct. amer.), A. magnivelaris, A. elliptosperma, A. phalloides,andA. see the key to N. American taxa of Amanita ideae online at.
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The genus Collybia (Agaricales) in the northeastern United States and adjacent Canada by Roy E. Halling; 1 edition; Subjects: Botany, Classification, Collybia; Places: Canada, Northeastern States.
Collybia tuberosa, the mushroom-loving Collybia. It's my 90 th Fungus of the Month. Please click for the rest of Tom Volk's pages on fungi. This month's fungus is Collybia tuberosa, a parasite on another mushroom, and one of only four species left in the genus Collybia.
(Oh no. -- not another big genus change. Also available from Amazon: Mushroom Book. Genus Collybia. The members of this genus have white spores, and the lamellae with thin edges attached to the stem by their inner extremity.
The stem has a cartilaginous rind; that is, it is hard and of a tough texture. The genus contains fifty-four American species, some of which are regarded as. Gymnopus peronatus (formerly called Collybia peronata or Marasmius urens) is a species of gilled mushroom which is common in European woods.
The English name wood woolly-foot has been given to this species. This species was originally described by James Bolton in his book "An history of fungusses, growing about Halifax" as Agaricus peronatus at a time when all gilled mushrooms were.
In the genus Collybia the annulus and volva are both wanting, the spores are white, the gills are free or notched, or stem is either entirely cartilaginous or has a cartilaginous rind, while the central portion of the stem is fibrous, or fleshy, stuffed or fistulose.
The pileus is fleshy and when the plants are young the margin of the pileus is incurved or inrolled, i. e., it does. PDF | On Jan 1,R.E. Halling and others published The genus Collybia (Agaricales) in the northeastern United States and adjacent Canada | Find, read and cite all the research you need on.
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However Gray's book was not very popular and in Lucien Quélet put this mushroom in genus Collybia, giving it the name Collybia fusipes by which it was generally known for many years.
In much later work culminating inAntonín and Noordeloos found that the genus Collybia as defined at that time was unsatisfactory due to being. You may have learned this species as Collybia velutipes, but it is quite distinct from that genus, especially with Collybia tuberosa as the type species of the genus.
The genus Flammulina was segregated from Collybia because of the structure of the pilleipellis (the upper surface of the cap), which in this case results in a slimy texture, and the presence of large cystidia (sterile cells) on.
Collybia tuberosa (Bull.)P. Kumm. - Lentil Shanklet Phylum: Basidiomycota - Class: Agaricomycetes - Order: Agaricales - Family: Tricholomataceae Distribution - Taxonomic History-Etymology - Identification - Culinary Notes - Reference Sources. Mushrooms in the genus Collybia tend to live on the decaying remains of other mushrooms, and the Lentil Shanklet is no exception, favouring well-rotted.
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Flora Agaricina Neerlandica - 3. Bas, Th. Kuyper, M. Noordeloos. CRC Press, Preview this book Genus Collybia by M E Noordeloos.
Genus Marasmiellus by M E Noordeloos. Genus Micromphale by M E Noordeloos. Genus Ossicaulis by Th W Kuyper. Full text of "The mushroom book.A popular guide to the identification and study of our commoner fungi, with special emphasis on the edible varieties" See other formats.
contains no information about the edibility or toxicity of mushrooms. I think mushrooms are much more interesting, engaging, and important than figuring out what happens to humans who digest them—so you will need to consult other resources if eating mushrooms (or avoiding poisonous ones) is your goal.
Now that this species has been given its own genus, there is even greater reason for considering it a singu- lar agaric – Dendrocollybia racemosa. References Antonin,V. & Noordeloos, M.E. Libri BotaniciVol. 17, A monograph of Marasmius, Collybia and related genera in Europe.
Braddock, A. A beginner’s guide to : Philip Jones. The shiitake (/ ʃ ɪ ˈ t ɑː k eɪ, ˌ ʃ iː ɪ-,-k i /; Japanese: [ɕiꜜːtake] Lentinula edodes) is an edible mushroom native to East Asia, which is cultivated and consumed in many Asian is considered a medicinal mushroom in some forms of traditional : Agaricomycetes.
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(Velvet-stemmed Collybia), GENUS Lactarius. This page was last edited on 11 Decemberat Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply.
General information: Summary: Collybia aquosa (Bull.) P. Kumm., Der Führer in die Pilzkunde: () [MB#] Synonymy: ≡Agaricus melleus Schaeff., Fungorum qui in Bavaria et Palatinatu circa Ratisbonam nascuntur Icones 4: 20, t.
45 () [MB#].Collybia: A revision of Collybia s.l. in the NE United States and adjacent Canada. This is a revised edition of "Halling, Roy E.
The genus Collybia (Agaricales) in the Northeastern United States and adjacent Canada. Mycologia Memoirs 8: " Three genera are recognized: Collybia s.s., Gymnopus, and Rhodocollybia. Included are keys.Cap variously colored, usually flat at maturity, margin typically incurved to inrolled at first; gills variously attached but never decurrent, typically white, narrow and close; stalk slender but not hair-like; spores smooth, inamyloid or dextrinoid, usually elliptic to lacrymoid: Genus Collybia.