|Echinoderma asperum (Pers.:Fr.) Bon|
The cap is dark reddish-brown at the centre, disrupting towards the margin, on a tawny background. The cap surface is scaly, not viscid nor sticky.The stem is with scales or bands under the ring, with a membranous ring. The flesh is unchanging; the odour is unpleasant; its texture is fibrous. The gills are adnate, crowded (nb of gills per 90° ~ 52 ). The spore print is white. This species is saprophytic. It grows on the ground, on a rather calcareous soil. The fruiting period takes place from June to November.
Chemical tests : none.
Distinctive features : cap covered with erected warts giving it an overall brown colour; ring on stem; fibrous and clearly visible; forked gills; stem slightly bulbous
Echinoderma asperum is rare and localised in the forest of Rambouillet, and is occasional, more generally speaking . <!0.009661836>
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