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By Theodore F. Niehaus

Этот справочник охватывает 1505 видов дикорастущих цветов, группируя их по окраске и внешнему виду для облегчения сопоставления растений и их изображений. Книга содержит более 1500 иллюстраций.
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Lycoperdon spp. II. On the ground in woods but attached to buried plant parts such as sticks A. Spring: Sarcoscypha dudleyi, Urnula craterium B. Summer: Galiella rufa, Microstoma floccosum, Sarcoscypha occidentalis C. Late fall: Sarcoscypha dudleyi III. On downed wood such as logs, twigs, and branches on the ground in woods A. Spring 1. Mushrooms: Flammulina velutipes, Pleurotus ostreatus 2. Poroid fungi: Polyporus alveolaris, P. arcularius, P. squamosus B. Summer 1. , Phyllotopsis nidulans, Pleurotus ostreatus, Pluteus cervinus 2.

Fruiting bodies fleshy with slimy, stinking spore masses over apical por­ tion: Gasteromycetes (stinkhorns), page 229 1b. Fruiting bodies fleshy or dry when mature, spore mass not slimy and stinking: 2 2a. Fruiting bodies small, tough, cylindrical to goblet-shaped, nestlike, containing a number of lens-shaped eggs; spores inside the eggs are re­ leased only when the outer covering decays or breaks: Gasteromycetes (bird’s nest fungi), page 229 2b. Fruiting bodies with one or two covering layers, opening in various ways, or a cover layer that eventually disintegrates: 3 3a.

Annulus one single layer, thin, sometimes disappearing. 5 * 4 – 5 µm, ovoid to elliptical; spore print dark chocolate brown. Scattered to abundant in lawns, meadows, and pastures following rains and cool weather; spring, summer, fall. This delicious common mushroom is closely related to the cultivar A. hor­ tensis, which is grown commercially. The characteristic bright pink, free gills and the brown spore print clearly distinguish this mushroom from the whitespored Amanitas. Agaricus placomyces Pk.

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