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Published by Hafner Pub. Co. in New York .
Written in English



  • North America.


  • Gymnopilus.,
  • Mushrooms -- North America.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statement[by] L. R. Hesler.
SeriesMycologia memoir,, no. 3
LC ClassificationsQK629.A4 H39
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 117 p.
Number of Pages117
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5684051M
LC Control Number69015710

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The Genus Gymnopilus [ Basidiomycota > Agaricales > Strophariaceae by Michael Kuo. The species of Gymnopilus I have collected are just about the most prolific spore producers to be found among the gilled mushrooms, rivaled only by the Oyster probably won't need to make a spore print in order to see the orange to orange-brown or rusty brown color of the spores, since spore. North American species of Gymnopilus (Mycologia memoir) [L. R Hesler] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying L. R Hesler. Gymnopilus abramsii is a species of mushroom in the family was first described by American mycologist Murrill in The epithet abramsii commemorates LeRoy Strophariaceae. Contact our curators. Dr. K. Bensch Westerdijk Fungal Biodiversity Institute, Uppsalalaan 8, Utrecht, The Netherlands Botanische Staatssammlung München, Menzinger Straße 67, D München, Germany.

concerned with the North American species have not been based on a modern approach to a study of the basidiocarp, it was important to re‐evaluate species concepts for even the so‐called common species. Singer's treatment was a cross‐. Gymnopilus luteofolius, also known as yellow-gilled gymnopilus is a large and widely distributed mushroom that grows in dense clusters on dead hardwoods and conifers. It grows in late July to November in the east and in the winter on the west coast of North Strophariaceae. Jun 28,  · Unfortunately, Hesler's monograph on the genus is a monograph on the North American species. From that reference we really need some microscopic data to verify ID. However, only one of the species in subgenus Annulati (the species with persistent rings) is listed as growing from eucalyptus. Sudoc Catalogue:: Livre / BookNorth American species of Gymnopilus / [by] L. R. Hesler.

A great book on the subject is Paul Stamets’ reference book on identifying psilocybin mushrooms around various parts of the world. Make sure you also identify the visual differences between the mushrooms and become quite proficient at it before ingesting any type of psilocybin Entheonation. Toxic Fungi of Western North America. by Thomas J. Duffy, MD. General description and occurrence. The genus Psilocybe has a variety of cap configurations, sometimes with an obtuse or acute umbo, but rarely with much of a central depression. The caps are usually ± brown; typically viscid, smooth and fading to ochre or yellow brown with drying. A new species of Gymnopilus Sect. Microspori from Japan Kränzlin F () Fungi of Switzland, vol 5. Mykologia, Luzern, pp – Hesler LR () North American species of Gymnopilus Author: Shinnosuke Miyauchi. Gymnopilus spectabilis can be found just about anywhere in North America after the spring rains and before the winter frost. There are a few species that bear similarities to G. spectabilis: members of Armillaria and Omphalotus are the most easily confused with it, although both genera have fruiting bodies with white spore prints. All three of.