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Report of the State Botanist on Edible Fungi of New York, 1895-99 (Classic ...
Charles Horton Peck
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achenium Amanita apex base bidentate beak bifid beak Boletus bracts leafy cap and upper Carex Clavaria Clitocybe collar color Common mushroom contiguous convex cooking Cortinarius Craterellus cylindrical densely flowered distant drooping edible species epidermis erect or spreading exceeding the culm fertile spikes Figs filiform flavor flesh floccose Four spores fungi fungus genus gills glabrous globose green grows Hydnum inches broad inches long involute July June Lactarius lamellae lanceolate length longer loosely flowered lowest margin mature plant moist morels mycelium nearly nerved oblong obovate obtuse ovoid Oyster mushroom paler Peck peduncles perigynia ovate perigynium Pileus pistillate spikes PLATE Pleurotus pubescent puff ball rarely recurved rough rough-margined sessile setaceous sheaths short short-stalked slender slightly smooth sometimes specimens spikelets stalked staminate spike stem Sterile spike surface surpassing the culm tapering thin tinged Tricholoma usually variety Vertical section volva wet places white or whitish wide woods yellow yellowish young plant