Smoky Grey Gill

Scientific name : Lyophyllum fumosum
Other names: Deutsch: Rauchgrauer Rasling , Français: Lyophylle enfumé , Lietuviškai: Vėlyvoji kupstabudė , Latviešu: salnas čemurpūkaine , Nederlands: Bruinplaatbundelridderzwam , Polski: Podblaszek przydymiony , Slovenský: Strmulec sivohnedý

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Cap 3-12cm wide; ash-gray or pale gray-brown, sometimes water stained. Gills Whitish, with gray second hue; remarkably narrow in longitudinal section, attached. Stipe Whitish, long fibers. Flesh White; quite firm, elastic; neutral smell and taste. Spore Powder White. Season and ...
Author: Dr. Ewald Gerhardt


Smoky Grey Gill
Smoky Grey Gill
Smoky Grey Gill
Smoky Grey Gill


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