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stropharia rugosoannulata

Description

The cap of this mushroom can grow from 5 to 20 centimeters wide; it mostly has a convex shape and is brown colored. The stipe has a white, or a yellowish coloration; it is a bit wider at the bottom and it has a ring. The gills are densely packed and short, and are mostly gray colored. The spore print has a brown color, sometimes there is also a slightly purple tone to it.

   

Chemical reactions

There is no significant data.

Habitat

This is a relatively rare species, it grows mostly on straw, sawdust and on similar material. Stropharia rugosoannulata has been found throughout Europe and North America, although it has also been spread to other areas as well.

Season

This species grows from June to December.

   

Edibility

A very tasty species, which can be prepared in many different ways. It is known to have a taste similar to veal meat.

Similar species

There are certain toxic species that could be confused with this species, although most of these grow on stumps of coniferous trees and on their needle-like leaves. Because of that, these can be easily distinguished from Stropharia rugusoannulata.

 

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