Foliota destruens (Brond.) Gill. Strophariaceae, Agaricales.
(Сосновая «вешенка» или (?) Destructive Foliota).

Cap: 5-16cm convex up to broadly convex, old one sometimes sunken; color is white up to yellowish or brownish-white. Cap surface is smooth with rare cracks or scaly and imbricated; margins sometimes shaggy; flesh is stiff. Gills are attached, close and narrow; color from white up to weak yellowish-white or pinkish-white, and cream when old. Stalk: 3-7cm long, white up to dull cream; 1.5-3cm thick with strong reddish-brown ending as a root; stalk sometimes is not central and has rows of scaly rims. Edibility: not good, stiff and some bitter.
Habitat: scattered at tree stumps and around in pine-tree forest. May – September.


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Created: 2014-06-04 11:46:20 CDT (-0500)
Last modified: 2014-06-04 12:25:38 CDT (-0500)
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