#027: Mushroom Morphology: Gilled Mushrooms (“Agarics”) [Archived]

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  1. October 17, 2016

    […] relatively long, and the flesh is fleshy to tough.  From above, boletes tend to look a lot like agarics.  However, bolete caps are often cracked or eaten away, making it possible for experienced […]

  2. November 4, 2016

    […] (order Polyporales). Instead, it belongs to the order Agaricales, which contains the majority of gilled mushrooms. 6 The straw-like pore surface is characteristic of the genus Fistulina and closely-related genera. […]

  3. November 18, 2016

    […] odora belongs to the core group of gilled mushrooms (Agaricales) and is placed in the family Tricholomataceae.5 Tricholomataceae is an unnatural […]

  4. January 6, 2017

    […] mushrooms should learn to identify this group. In general, amanitas are umbrella-shaped agarics (FFF#027) that usually display all the following features: a universal veil, a partial veil, free gills, and […]

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