Observation 159619: Termitomyces heimii K. Natarajan
When: 2014-02-13
Collection location: Nagaland, India [Click for map]
(25.6° 93.2° 194m)

Notes: Termitomyces heimii is a termitophilous agaric fungus. The cap is smooth and white, sometimes creamy, with an incurved margin. The gills are crowded, free and white, turning pink with age. The stipe is cylindrical with a thick and persistent annulus, and the pseudorhiza can extend beneath the ground up to 16 centimeters.

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Based on microscopic features: Termitomyces heimii is a termitophilous agaric fungus. The cap is smooth and white, sometimes creamy, with an incurved margin. The gills are crowded, free and white, turning pink with age. The stipe is cylindrical with a thick and persistent annulus, and the pseudorhiza can extend beneath the ground up to 16 centimeters.

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