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Buttery Collybia

Rhodocollybia butyracea (Bull.) Lennox 1979

Brief Summary

    Rhodocollybia butyracea: Brief Summary
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    Rhodocollybia butyracea, common name Buttery Collybia, is a species of fungus in the Marasmiaceae family of mushrooms.

Comprehensive Description

    Rhodocollybia butyracea
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    Rhodocollybia butyracea Rhodocollybia butyracea051207D.jpg Scientific classification Kingdom: Fungi Division: Basidiomycota Class: Agaricomycetes Subclass: Hymenomycetes Order: Agaricales Family: Marasmiaceae Genus: Rhodocollybia Species: R. butyracea Binomial name Rhodocollybia butyracea
    (Bull.: Fr.) Lennox[1]
    Synonyms

    Collybia butyracea (Bull.: Fr.) Quélet

    Rhodocollybia butyracea, common name Buttery Collybia,[2][3] is a species of fungus in the Marasmiaceae family of mushrooms.

    Description

    The cap of this mushroom is 2 to 10 cm across. It is convex and becomes broadly convex or almost flat. When fresh, this species is smooth and moist. It has a reddish-brown colour fading to cinnamon.[4]

    The gills are either free from the stem, or narrowly attached. They range from close to crowded and are whitish. Occasionally, they develop a pinkish tone as they age, and often form fine, jagged edges.

    The stem is up to 10 cm long and 1 cm thick. It is normally somewhat club-shaped. It can either be moist or dry

    The flesh of this species is white. There is no distinctive odor or taste.

    The spores are pale yellowish, pale pinkish, or white.[4]

    Ecology

    This species is saprobic. It decomposes litter from conifers, usually that of the Pinus genus,[4] and occasionally hardwoods.[5]

    Habitat

    Rhodocollybia butyracea is quite widely distributed in North America.[4]

    Edibility

    This mushroom is edible, but unsubstantial.[citation needed]

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    References

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    2. ^ Rhodocollybia butyracea
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    4. ^ a b c d Rhodocollybia butyracea (MushroomExpert.Com)
    5. ^ California Fungi: Rhodocollybia butyracea