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Illustrations of typical gill fungi Plate 1
Various shapes of mushroom caps with terms used to describe
Species of white spored mushrooms
4 other sections not shown
Agaricus base Caespitose CANTHARELLUS Cap 1-k cm Cap and gills Cap and stem Cap brown Cap conical Cap convex Cap dark brown Cap not sticky Cap pale Cap reddish brown cap smooth Cap sticky cap usually Cap white Cap yellow color coniferous Context cup shaped cuticle CYATHUS Daedalia daedaloid deciduous densely covered diameter Edge of gills edible Entire fruit body Flesh of cap fleshy fungi fungi fungus funnel shaped GENUS Gills decurrent gills pale Gills white glabrous gray Growing hair inconspicuously Inocybe irregular Lepiota mature cap mature plant mycelium MYCENA Outer wall pale yellow Patella PEZIZA PHALLACEAE Pileus pink plate pores prominent PSILOCYBE purple brown ridges scales scattered shiny sinuate specimens spines Spore mass spore print SPORED MUSHROOMS stalk Stem central Stem lateral Stem white sticky when young striate Strobilomyces Stropharia surface brown Surface of cap surface white thick Trametes ungulate volva white or pale wide