Mushroom Spore Print

Entoloma Rhodopolium

Species: Rhodopolium Genus: Entoloma Attributes Umbonate cap Adnate and notched gill attachment Pink spore print Typically seen in summer and fall Entoloma rhodopolium is part of a group of very similar mushrooms, separated by minor morphological and ecological preferences. Usually a variety of light browns, grey-browns, or pale yellow-browns,

Entoloma Rhodopolium2023-11-21T13:39:00-07:00

Tricholoma Saponaceum

Species: Saponaceum Genus: Tricholoma Attributes Absent veil Convex and umbonate cap Non-edible Adnexed gill attachment White spore print Typically seen in fall and winter Tricholoma saponaceum is one of the most confusing, variable mushrooms we have here in Alberta. Its convex cap, usually with a broad umbo, varies in

Tricholoma Saponaceum2023-11-21T13:09:14-07:00

Guepinia Helvelloides – Apricot Jelly

Species: Helvelloides Genus: Guepinia Attributes Edible Its hymenium type is smooth Absent veil White spore print Typically seen in spring, summer and fall Guepinia is a genus of fungus in the Auriculariales order. It is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Guepinia helvelloides, commonly known as the apricot jelly. The fungus produces salmon-pink, ear-shaped, gelatinous fruit bodies that grow solitarily or

Guepinia Helvelloides – Apricot Jelly2023-11-21T13:01:41-07:00

Gomphus Clavatus

Species: Clavatus Genus: Gomphus Attributes Depressed and Convex cap Edible Gills are attached Pores are its hymenium type Brown spore print Typically seen in fall and winter Gomphus clavatus is commonly found in the Northern Hemisphere and in North America it's found in mountainous regions and along the west

Gomphus Clavatus2023-11-21T12:49:37-07:00

Panaeolus Cinctulus

Species: Cinctulus Genus: Panaeolus Attributes Absent Veil Convex cap Free gill attachment Gills are its hymenium type Black spore print Typically seen in spring, summer and fall This is a common fungus that is found throughout the world. It's cap ranges from convex and campanulate to umbonate depending on

Panaeolus Cinctulus2023-11-21T12:45:16-07:00

Cortinarius Trivialis

Species: Trivialis Genus: Cortinarus Attributes Convex cap Gills are attached and its hymenium type Brown spore print Fruiting bodies are seen in late summer, fall and even winter in warmer climates in North America. This mushroom may be toxic, however it also contains a slimy veil which makes it

Cortinarius Trivialis2023-11-21T12:37:55-07:00

Suillus Lakei

Species: Lakei Genus: Suillus Attributes Convex cap Edible Decurrent gill attachment Pores are its hymenium type Brown spore print This species is native to North America and is often characterized by its scruffy cap and partial veil, among other attributes. S. lakei forms ecotomycorrhizal relationships with douglas fir and

Suillus Lakei2023-11-21T12:32:27-07:00
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