Foliota mutabilis (Schw. ex. Fr.) Kum. Strophariaceae, Agaricales.
(Опенок летний. Changing Foliota).
Cap: 3-6cm convex up to broadly convex with incurved margins, often slightly knobbed or blunt knobbed, old one sometimes has concentric cracks and central spot looks overlapped; color has concentric zonality: outer ring is yellow-brown, middle is dull yellow and asymmetrical, central spot is orange or red-brown. Cap surface is smooth and some sticky in wet weather; flesh fragile and whitish. Gills: attached or slightly descending, close broad to narrow; color from pinkish-white up to dull reddish-brown and light purple when old. Stalk: 4-8cm long, pinkish-white and silky above narrow ring and down up to reddish-brown or dark brown when old; 0.4-1cm thick fibrous and hollow; stalk has down curled tiny scales.
Veil: partial veil membranous with radial lines off-white or pinkish-white at very young mushrooms.
Edibility: good (several methods of cooking).
Habitat: small clusters or very abundant dense clusters at tree stumps and around in pine-tree forest, minor among aspens with rare pine-tree.
June – August.
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