Collection location: Prishakhtinsk forest, Karaganda town vicinity, Kazakhstan [Click for map]
49.89667° 73.03775° 525m
Marasmius epiphyllus. Tricholomataceae, Agaricales. (Опёнок жи́листо-пласти́нчатый, или Негнию́чник листопа́дный).
White tiny fragile mushroom radially grooved.
Cap: 0.3-2cm, white semitransparent, smooth, bell-shaped or convex, then gently convex up to almost flat; radially grooved. Flesh is white.
Gills: attached, narrow or middle wide, distant with additional short gills, white.
Stalk: 3-6cm long, white 1-2.5mm thick, semitransparent when young.
Habitat: big clusters or large areas with closely scattered tiny mushrooms in pine-tree forest with some elm (Ulmus densa) and maple. This mushroom appears quickly and suddenly after rain, when soil with leaves is wet.
Edibility: no data accurate data.
June – September.
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Created: 2014-10-05 09:07:00 MST (-0700)
Last modified: 2014-10-05 09:07:08 MST (-0700)
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