Common Australian Fungi: A Bushwalker's Guide
Revised edition of a field guide originally published in 1982 and subsequently reprinted in 1986, with a second edition in 1994. Includes introductory comments on fungi types, ecology, and study, as well as their use by humans. Species descriptions are accompanied by minimalist line drawings. Thirty
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Fungi in the Bushland
Fungi and People
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adnate adnexed Amanita amongst leaf litter amyloid Ascomycete Australia base basidia 4-spored becoming Berk brownish bruised bulbous caespitose Chlorophyllum molybdites cm diameter colour Concolorous with cap conical convex Cordyceps crowded cuticle cylindrical cystidia cystidia present dead wood decurrent Edible elliptical eucalypt fibrillose flesh White foetid fungal fungi Fungus genus germ pore gills Pallid gills White gleba globose greenish grey greyish habitat Gregarious habitat On soil habitat Solitary hollow hyaline Hygrocybe hymenium infundibuliform introduced species iodine iodine negative iodine reaction Lepiota less lilac moist mucilage Mycena NSW QLD ochre olive-brown Omphalina orange oval pale peridial wall peridium perithecium pink pinkish plane plants POISONOUS punctate purplish QLD NSW VIC readily detached ring or volva slender slightly slimy smell smooth spore mass sporophore stained stem stipe stoma surface taste Mild taste Not recorded thick tints umbonate universal veil veil VIC NSW violet viscid whitish yellow yellowish