by Michael Kuo. Leucocoprinus birnbaumii (luke-o-kuh-PRY-niss burn-BAUM-eee-eye) is a common mushroom in house plants and greenhouses or any other place with organically rich soil where the temperature is warm . Leucocoprinus straminellus (Bagl.) Under the microscope the two species are also distinct by virtue of their cap surfaces and cheilocystidia; see the descriptions of microscopic features for details. Leucocoprinus ianthinus: C-pileus surface, D-spores. Informed by Vellinga (2001e) and other treatments, I have gone back and forth over the years, trying to decide whether caps with faintly brownish centers count as "totally white," and whether various disarticulated branching hyphae on the cap surfaces can qualify as "bone-like in appearance." (Bolton, 1788; Saccardo, 1912; H. V. Smith, 1954; Smith, Smith & Weber, 1979; H. V. Smith, 1981; H. V. Smith & Weber, 1982; Weber & Smith, 1985; Arora, 1986; Phillips, 1991/2005; Lincoff, 1992; Metzler & Metzler, 1992; Horn, Kay & Abel, 1993; Barron, 1999; Vellinga, 2001e; McNeil, 2006; Kuo & Methven, 2010.) Nomenclatural Overview of Lepiotaceous Fungi (Agaricaceae Nomenclatural Overview of Lepiotaceous Fungi. Assuming I am now on the right track (check back in another couple of years to make sure I haven't thrown it all to the wind again), Leucocoprinus cretaceus is pretty easily separated from Leucocoprinus cepaestipes on more easily assessed characters than its whiteness and bone-like hyphae: it is relatively rare in North America and likely to grow only in planters, potted plants, and greenhouses, especially in areas with warm climates; its young cap features soft, wart-like scales rather than granular powder; and (probably the most distinctive difference) its stem, when fresh and young, also features soft scales. It features white gills that are free from the stem, a softly granular-powdery cap that has a pale grayish brown center, and a relatively bald stem with a ring. Leucocoprinus birnbaumii won't hurt your plant. Author content. Gills: Free from the stem; crowded; short-gills frequent; pale yellow to yellow. The illustrated and described collections are from Illinois. . ] Ecology: Saprobic; growing alone, gregariously, or clustered in flower pots, greenhouses, and so on—or, in warm conditions, outside in gardens, lawns, and other cultivated areas (often around stumps); also growing in hardwood and conifer forests, especially in disturbed ground areas (pathsides, etc. Pleurocystidia absent. Basidioles inflated, brachybasidiole-like. Lepiota lutea is a previous name. So I have no photos of fresh specimens of my own to share with you. P. Mohr Previous assessment: not assessed 2016 assessment: LC Mature individuals: 80 Estimated population: 1-10 fruit bodies recorded at each of 8 uniquely geo-referenced sites (80 mature individuals). Kuo, M. (2016, October). A literature-based checklist of agarics (gilled mushrooms) occurring in Kerala State, India is provided. REFERENCES: (Sowerby, 1797) Patouillard, 1889. . Ninth Edition. Pileipellis a poorly defined cutis of elements 2.5–5 µm wide, with many exserted terminal cells 50–100 x 3–7.5 µm, cylindric to subfusiform or fusiform, smooth, thin-walled, hyaline to brownish or yellowish in KOH. Leucocoprinus birnbaumii. 8(4):B Amanita spadicea 4(4):135 Amanita stenospora 4(4):131 Amanita strobiliformis 7(1):10 Amanita submembranacea … It vies with several species of Agrocybe for the title of "Rest Area Mushroom," since traveling mushroom hunters frequently find it in woodchips surrounding the ever-present planted trees at interstate rest stops. It is widely distributed in North America, and relatively common. Publications on ‘Lepiotas’ from the USA and Canada ~ else c vellinga, August 2010 ecvellinga@comcast.net 1 Bibliography of North American ʻLepiotaʼ species – v. 2.2 [genera Lepiota, Cystolepiota, Leucoagaricus, Leucocoprinus, Macrolepiota, Chlorophyllum, Melanophyllum] else c vellinga • This list gives references to taxonomic articles: articles in which species are All figure content in this area was uploaded by M. R. Asef. Leucocoprinus ianthinus (Sacc.) I receive many frantic e-mails about this little yellow mushroom, since it has a tendency to pop up unexpectedly in people's flower pots—even indoors! The type species is Leucocoprinus cepistipes. Version 4.8 ~ Else C. Vellinga ~ 29 November 2010 Nomenclatural Overview of Lepiotaceous Fungi (Agaricaceae) Version 4.8 Else C. Vellinga, [email protected][email protected] While Leucocoprinus cepaestipes is not really very hard to identify, it has caused me fits over the years. Owing to its status as an introduced exotic, the species is assessed to be of least concern. I have only seen it once, many years ago, before I began studying mushrooms in earnest. Stem: 3–10 cm long; 2–5 mm thick; more or less equal above a slightly swollen base; dry; bald or powdery; with a fragile, bracelet-like, yellow ring that sometimes disappears; basal mycelium pale yellow. Leucocoprinus birnbaumii [ Basidiomycota > Agaricales > Agaricaceae > Leucocoprinus . . It includes some highly derived cultivars grown by the Acromyrmex and Atta leaf-cutting ants in an evolved ant–fungus mutualism. P. Mohr Kan, Mal, Thi Deepa et al. 2006a, Kumar & Manimohan 2009c. Floccose material on cap surface composed of inflated, subglobose to pyriform elements 15–25 µm across. At issue is the similar Leucocoprinus cretaceus, and how to distinguish them. In the previous iteration of this webpage (2015), all but one of the six collections now described as Leucocoprinus cepaestipes were featured as Leucocoprinus cretaceus! Leucocoprinus pusillus T.K.A. There are several similar species, including Leucocoprinus tricolor (with a brown cap center, pale yellow colors, and a chrome yellow stem base), Leucocoprinus flavescens (with a brownish cap center and smaller spores) and Lepiota fragilissimus, with an extremely thin cap and pale gills. Basidia 4-sterigmate. . Cheilocystidia to about 50 x 15 µm; ventricose; rostrate; thin-walled; smooth; hyaline in KOH. ); outdoors in summer, indoors year-round; widely distributed in North America. Nina Hyams. North American Flora, Hedwigia and many other old publications (this is part of the. Nomenclatural Overview of Lepiotaceous Fungi.Version 4.7 ~ Else C. Vellinga ~ 4 February 2009 - www.botanicus.org of the Missouri Botanical Garden which offers a scanned version of the. Leucocoprinus ianthinus (Sacc.) Leucocoprinus ianthinus (Sacc.) There is no getting rid of it, short of replacing all the soil in your planter (and even then it might reappear). Reddit gives you the best of the internet in one place. Retrieved from the MushroomExpert.Com Web site: http://www.mushroomexpert.com/leucocoprinus_cepaestipes.html. This site contains no information about the edibility or toxicity of mushrooms. Kuo 08230201, 08010302, 08160502, 07260701, 08221402, 07301605. I receive many frantic e-mails about this little yellow mushroom, since it has a tendency to pop up unexpectedly in people's flower pots—even indoors! (Saccardo, 1887; H. V. Smith, 1954; Smith, Smith & Weber, 1979; H. V. Smith, 1981; H. V. Smith, 1982; Breitenbach & Kränzlin, 1995; Vellinga, 2001e; Vellinga, 2009.) Smells woodsy. 개인회원 가입 후 유료구매를 하시거나 소속기관 도서관에 이용문의해 주세요. Pegler Thi Vrinda et al. Pleurocystidia not found. Its best-known member is the yellow pot-plant mushroom, found worldwide. Variation in cone size, seed number per cone, seed potential, seed efficiency, seed morphology and seed germination behavior of Pinus pinea and its relation to stand conditions was analyzed. Pavement cells present. Things got much easier, however, when collectors began sending me specimens for identification that turned out to be Leucocoprinus cretaceus. Kuo 12071501, 04171601, 07101601, 07261601, 08231601, 08301601. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation Ecology: Saprobic; growing in clusters in woodchips, cultivated soil, gardens, and so on— also occasionally appearing in woods, especially in the vicinity of stumps and deadwood; spring through fall—and over winter in warm climates; widely distributed in North America. Chemical Reactions: KOH negative on cap surface. Telamonia in Vlaanderen Hall, Ian R. et al: Edible and Poisonous Mushrooms of the World 5(1):35 Harding, Patrick: 14 Mushroom Miscellany 11(1):37 need to know? Victoria Fromkin, Robert Rodman,. Index Specii Funga Nordica - Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free. Narducci & Caroti Thi, Koz Deepa et al. Retrieved from the MushroomExpert.Com Web site: http://www.mushroomexpert.com/leucocoprinus_birnbaumii.html. Not Calathea] Cycas revoluta (? Pileipellis a cutis of elements 5–10 µm wide; terminal cells cylindric with rounded apices. Microscopic Features: Spores 8–12 x 5–7 µm (occasionally shorter, 7–9 x 5–6 µm); ellipsoid to slightly amygdaliform, with a 1–2 µm pore at one end; smooth; thick-walled; hyaline in KOH; dextrinoid. 2006b {as Leucocoprinus lilacinogranulosus (Henn.) I have only seen it once, many years ago, before I began studying mushrooms in earnest. Not Calathea] Mushroom growing in miracle grow. This site contains no information about the edibility or toxicity of mushrooms. Perhaps your child would like to become an awesome and famous mycologist some day! Dec 29, 2018 - Back in June, I wrote a post about the fastest animals in the world, including the hydromantes salamander, the mantis shrimp, the cheetah and the peregrine falcon. Cap: 2.5–5 cm across; oval to egg-shaped when young, becoming broadly conical, broadly convex, or bell-shaped; dry; powdery to finely scaly; the margin lined or grooved nearly to the center by maturity; bright to pale yellow, often with a darker (but not brown) center. Leucocoprinus ianthinus: C-pileus surface, D-spores. The illustrated and described collections are from Florida, Texas, Indiana, New York, North Carolina, and Oregon. Others are edible and some are quite delicious. Microscopic Features: Spores (5–) 7–11 (–13) x 4–7 µm; ellipsoid; smooth; with a tiny pore; thick-walled; hyaline in KOH; dextrinoid. Owing to its status as an introduced exotic, the species is assessed to be of least concern. The Korean Journal of Mycology (한국균학회지) The Korean Society of Mycology (한국균학회) A THESIS SUBMITTED TO THE GRADUATE DIVISION 25 Isaria sp. Nomenclatural Overview of Lepiotaceous Fungi.Version 4.7 ~ Else C. Vellinga ~ 4 February 2009 - www.botanicus.org of the Missouri Botanical Garden which offers a scanned version of the. Costus curvibracteatus, Orange Tulip Spiral Ginger [9, buds edible] Ctenanthe burle-marxii 'Amagris', Fishbone Prayer Plant [ID. North American Flora, Hedwigia and many other old publications (this is part of the. abc The u/jim-james--jimothy community on Reddit. Field mycology - The British Mycological Society Field Mycology Index 2000–2014 SPECIES INDEX 1 KEYS TO GENERA etc 12 BOOK REVIEWS & CDs 14 AUTHOR INDEX GENERAL SUBJECT INDEX 12 15 Amanita separata 4(4):134 Amanita simulans 10(1):19 Amanita sp. Leucocoprinus cepaestipes is a whitish lepiotoid mushroom that appears in urban settings on woodchips, as well as in woods. It features white gills that are free from the stem, a softly granular-powdery cap that has a pale grayish brown center, and a relatively bald stem with a ring. Since it makes such a beautiful addition to your household flora, I recommend learning to love it—and teaching your children to love it, too. Kumar & Manim.^ Thi Kumar & Manimohan 2009c. TAXONOMY OF HAWAI ʻI ISLAND’S LEPIOTACEOUS (AGARICACEAE) FUNGI: CHLOROPHYLLUM, CYSTOLEPIOTA, LEPIOTA, LEUCOAGARICUS, LEUCOCOPRINUS. ]. [ Basidiomycota > Agaricales > Agaricaceae > Leucocoprinus . Lepiota cepaestipes is a synonym; "cepistipes" is an alternate spelling of the species name; "cepastipes" is a misspelling. Leucocoprinus ianthinus occurs in potted plants Leucocoprinus ianthinus (Cooke) Locquin In the PNW, we have at least four greenhouse or compost leucocoprinuses—one is a yellow species related to Leucocoprinus birnbaumii, the second is L. cepistipes, the third is L. heinemannii, and the fourth is L. ianthinus (= L. lilacinogranulosus). Biodiversity Heritage Library project www.biodiversitylibrary.org) Nomenclatural Overview of Lepiotaceous Fungi (Agaricaceae Nomenclatural Overview of Lepiotaceous Fungi. I get lots of emails about this particular fungus in the winter, so I thought that it's about time to make it the Fungus of the Month. Cap: 3–9 cm; egg-shaped or nearly round when young, becoming convex to broadly convex with a sharp or shallow central hump, or nearly flat; dry; powdery with soft, whitish granules; whitish to pale brownish; usually featuring a grayish brown center, even when young (but not infrequently nearly pure white in the button stage); the margin becoming distinctly lined. Leucocoprinus ianthinus (Cooke) Locquin In the PNW, we have at least four greenhouse or compost leucocoprinuses—one is a yellow species related to Leucocoprinus birnbaumii, the second is L. cepistipes, the third is L. heinemannii, and the fourth is L. ianthinus (= L. lilacinogranulosus). Gills: Free from the stem; close or nearly crowded; white, becoming pinkish to slightly brownish with old age. [ Basidiomycota > Agaricales > Agaricaceae > Leucocoprinus . Free gills: Chlorophyllum - large, shaggy mushrooms whose stems stain orange when cut or scratched. REFERENCES: (Corda, 1839) Singer, 1962. Flesh: Whitish; very thin; unchanging when sliced. Leucocoprinus cepaestipes is a whitish lepiotoid mushroom that appears in urban settings on woodchips, as well as in woods. Pileipellis over the glabrous disc a subcellular layer from which arise widely cylindric elements with rounded apices, 35–60 x 5–7.5 µm, smooth, hyaline in KOH. Leucocoprinus cepaestipes. > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Stem: 6–9 cm long; 4–10 mm thick; more or less equal, but swollen slightly near the bottom; bald; white, discoloring and slowly bruising yellowish, then pinkish to brownish; often turning pinkish (the color of red onion skin) with age; with a bracelet-like, white ring that quickly collapses and often disappears; basal mycelium white; attached to whitish rhizomorphs. 소속기관에서 검색되지 않는 기관은 무료원문다운이 불가능합니다. … Figures - uploaded by M. R. Asef. Leucocoprinus … 2003b, Mohanan 2011. . Search the history of over 446 billion web pages on the Internet. Growing out of a miracle grow container also growing basil. An Introduction to Language,. The Korean Journal of Mycology (한국균학회지) The Korean Society of Mycology (한국균학회) Thanks to Roxanne Palmrose, Gary Cook, Ellen Cobb, Katherine Josey, Mical Moser, and Greg Allikas for collecting, documenting, and preserving Leucocoprinus birnbaumii for study; their collections are deposited in The Herbarium of Michael Kuo. Herb. Some people, who shall remain nameless, obviously don't know when to quit—although their traveling companions often do, and may be more than a little irritated when Leucocoprinus cepaestipes decides a few hours later to go south instead of north, merrily decomposing in its sun-warmed, backseat paper bag. Leucocoprinus squamulosus (Mont.) Herb. Version 4.8 ~ Else C. Vellinga ~ 29 November 2010 Nomenclatural Overview of Lepiotaceous Fungi (Agaricaceae) Version 4.8 Else C. Vellinga, [email protected][email protected] Biodiversity Heritage Library project www.biodiversitylibrary.org) 2 FUNGI of Reserva Particular do Patrimônio Natural do Cristalino 2 21 Gibellula sp. Thi, Koz, Mal Deepa et al. Kuo, M. (2017, November). ]. 2006b {as Leucocoprinus lilacinogranulosus P. Mohr Kan, Mal, Thi Deepa et al. conidial stage Cordyceps takaomontana 26 Isaria sp. Costus curvibracteatus, Orange Spiral Tulip Ginger [9, buds edible] Couroupita guianensis, Cannonball Tree [cauliflorous] Crinum 'Menehune', Red Bog Lily; Crinum jagus, St. Christopher Lily [9] Crinum × amabile hybrid; unidentified [burgundy, messy] Ctenanthe burle-marxii 'Amagris', Fishbone Prayer Plant [ID. Jul 10, 2013 ... Visit our corporate website: www.cengage.com. Leucocoprinus - try here first for the smallest (5cm across) and most delicate Lepiotas with a well developed ring and somewhat granular membranous scales on the cap but not truly Publications on ‘Lepiotas’ from the USA and Canada ~ else c vellinga, August 2010 ecvellinga@comcast.net 1 Bibliography of North American ʻLepiotaʼ species – v. 2.2 [genera Lepiota, Cystolepiota, Leucoagaricus, Leucocoprinus, Macrolepiota, Chlorophyllum, Melanophyllum] else c vellinga • This list gives references to taxonomic articles: articles in which species are However, many readers have documented and preserved collections, which they very kindly sent to me for study; these collections are featured here and described below. Форум » Санкт-Петербургское Микологическое Общество » Этимология - названия видов » Ответить Этимология - названия видов Alex: Замечание и предложения следует направлять в тему "Как найти русский гриб?" The genus has a widespread distribution and contains about 40 species. 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