Gomphidius glutinosus. July, Photo E Collins cap, becoming rusty brown at maturity. The name “Oyster Mushroom” actually applies to a species complex in North America. Found on the dead wood of eucalypts. by Michael Kuo. Photo N Blair Photo N Blair Among moss beds in shaded areas. Earpick Fungus 65. pusio (Romagn.) A wood rotting fungus. Unlike L. Photo N Blair It is a delicious edible mushroom and is found throughout the north temperate zone, almost always on dead hardwood (angiosperm) trees. July. This species is also recorded in North America. Magnified the little cups have a rim of fine hairs. Growing in rotting woody debris. The genus Lentinellus. Photo June. Scientific name: Lentinellus ursinus (Fr.) The widespread genus has been estimated to contain 15 species. Auriscalpium vulgare. At the end of its life it a glutinous mass. 3 to 7cm in diameter; a shell-shaped or My keys include. Found under Pine Trees May-June, Photo E Collins Photo E Collins This photo was taken twelve hours after the previous one and twelve hours later the fungi had shrivelled. Synonyms of Lentinellus cochleatus include Agaricus cornucopioides Bolton, Merulius cornucopioides (Bolton) With., Agaricus cochleatus Pers., Agaricus confluens Sowerby, Omphalia cochleata (Pers.) This is a group of three closely related Pleurotus species that have very similar morphologies. Anyone who can shed light on this please make contact. Growing close to the surface their fruiting bodies are up 3mm across. Mycena inclinata Mycena leaiana. Geastrum indicum Earth Star Photo J Heywood. Photo June. Poisonous. A delicate fungus found in a wide variety of habitats. the hairy brown cap. Figure 6. It can also be (relatively) easily cultivated on a variety of substrates, so it is making its way onto many supermarket shelves. May, Photo E Collins Red-cracking Bolete … The bear Lentinellus (Lentinellus ursinus) is not poisonous, but not tasty, either and looks similar to the oyster. Photo E Collins Saffron Milk Cap. Photo E Collins Photo N Bartlett Spores are black. Found summer through fall. On litter and first appears as a puffball.The outer layer splits to reveal the spore case. attachment to substrate; edges coarsely serrated, irregularly If you have found this information helpful, we are sure you would also find our book Fascinated by Fungi by Pat O'Reilly very useful. Photo June. Mycologia 63: 333-369. Stereum ostrea. Waxy-gills. hispidus P.-A.Moreau & P.Roux, Lentinellus ursinus f. luxurians P.-A.Moreau, Lentinellus ursinus f. ochropallidus P.-A.Moreau, 1999, Lentinellus ursinus var. Cap: Reddish brown, paler toward the margin; surface The cap is hairy and the gills are unusual in that they are Y shaped Males defend a site and await a female to mate with. Fr. Grows on wood. photographed by Bill Bakaitis and distributed to Lentinellus is a genus of white rot, wood decay, lamellate agaric in the family Auriscalpiaceae, further characterized in part by rough-walled, amyloid spores produced on lamellae with jagged edges. There are little warts on the young specimens and as they age they fall away. Nothing about Lentinellus ursinus strikes me as bear-like . The presence of amyloid spores distinguishes ... phureus) found and several other edible mush-rooms as well. August.  These groups are non-agaricoid but, strangely enough, Lentinellus is more closely related to them than to other gilled mushrooms. ursinus. Amazing transformation. This Lentinellus species is sometimes called the "Bear Lentinellus," in a translation of its Latin name--but what that wacky old Swede Elias Fries was thinking is beyond me. Gills: Whitish to pinkish-brown; radiating from point of Photo J Heywood This fungus stains the wood it grows on a bright blue-green. Often found in pot plants emerging after rain and in humid weather. See adjoining photo for the underside view. Lovely when fresh. Common name is Split Gill. Common name is Rainbow Fungus. ursinus. (2008) Funga Nordica. species: Easily recognized by the glutinous stems and caps.Common. The spores are ejected by touch and by raindrops. Schizophyllum commune Shaped like a cornet with a notch taken out of one side, Lentinellus cochleatus is an occasional fungus that appears on hardwood stumps in autumn.
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