Mushrooms of Idaho and the Pacific Northwest: Non-gilled hymenomycetes
Valuable and complete information is provided for 354 species of non-gilled mushrooms in the Northwest, including 119 species of boletes, 119 coral fungi, 12 chanterelles, 121 polypores, and 50 spine fungi. Field and technical keys for the determination of species, along with descriptions and black & white photographs.
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Chanterelles Cantharelloid Aphyllophorales
Fairy Clubs and Coral Fungi Clavarioid Aphyllophorales
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3-4 micrometers Albatrellus amyloid angular annulus apex apices basal clamp base basidia BASIDIOCARP blue BOLETE branches brown in KOH brown in print brownish bruising clamp connections clamps absent clamps present clavate cm long cm wide color common Concolorous conifers convex CORAL coral fungi cyanophilous warts CYSTIDIA decurrent DESCRIPTIONS Edibility unknown ellipsoid FAIRY CLUB fibrillose Fruiting bodies fungi fungus gelatinous glabrous gloeoplerous hyphae gray green ground in duff hyaline Hydnellum Hydnum HYMENIAL HYMENIAL CYSTIDIA hymenium hymenophore HYPHAE OF CONTEXT Leccinum light yellow margin Marr & Stuntz medium MICROCHARACTERS microm micrometers long micrometers wide Mild mushroom Mycologia non-amyloid olive brown pale yellow Petersen PILEIPELLIS Pileus Pileus surface pinkish POLYPORE Pore surface Ramaria reddish brown REMARKS rough with cyanophilous Single to gregarious smooth species spines SPORE PRINT spores cylindric staining sterigmata stipe subglobose Suillus summer and fall tomentose tube layer violaceous white in print whitish widespread yellow brown yellowish