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Mushrooms and Toadstools (Collins New Naturalist Library, Book 7)
Limited preview - 2012
abundant agarics Amanita Amanita muscaria amongst appears Armillaria mellea Ascomycetes attack base basidia Basidiomycetes basidium become Boletus branches brown brownish cause cells Clavaria Clitocybe Collybia colour common conidia Coprinus Cordyceps Cortinarius culture dark decay Discomycetes dry rot dung endoperidium ergot flesh frequent fruit-body fungal fungi fungus Gasteromycetes genera genus germination gills gleba grass ground growing growth habitat hymenium hyphae infected known Lactarius layer luminous Lycoperdon Marasmius mature Merulius moisture mould mushroom mycelial mycelial cords mycelium Mycena mycologists mycorrhiza occasionally occur organisms outer parasitic pastures penicillin peridium phalloides Phallus Pholiota plants Plate poisonous Polyporus probably produce pseudorhiza puff-ball recognised reddish rhizomorphs rings roots Russula sclerotia sclerotium seeds slender smell soil sometimes species specimens spores stalk stem sterile strands structure stumps substances surface thick toadstools trees Tricholoma truffles usually vegetation vitamin volva wall whitish wood woodland yeast yellow yellowish