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Glossary and Index Note: Boldface references indicate the start of full mushroom descriptions ; italicized references indicate illustrations; capitals are used to distinguish glossary items. Abortiporus biennis: 56, 62, 80 distortus: 80 abortivum, Entoloma: 26, 69, 171, 402 abrupta, Amanita: 41, 88, 91 abundans, Clitocybula: 32, 143 acervata, Collybia: 146 acervatus Connopus: 37, 146 Gymnopus: 146 acetabulum, Helvella: 72, 201, 202, 204 ACICULATE: Needle-shaped. acidus, Suillus, var. intermedius: 367 aculeata, Podoscypha: 76, 321 ACUTE: Pointed. acutesquamosa, Lepiota: 258 acutoconica, Hygrocybe: 212 adaequata, Inocybe: 54, 220 admirabilis, Pluteus: 317 ADNATE GILLS. See GILLS ADNEXED GILLS. See GILLS adonis, Mycena: 287 adusta, Bjerkandera: 65, 107 adustum, Mycorrhaphium: 67, 291 aeruginea, Russula: 45, 338, 339 aestivalis, Boletus: 123 affine, Xanthoconium: 392 affinis, Boletus: 392 Agaricus: 12 arvensis: 47, 81, 84, 364 campestris: 47, 81, 83 placomyces: 52, 82, 83 pocillator: 52, 82, 199 porphyrocephalus: 47, 82, 83 sylvicola: 52, 83 xanthodermus: 47, 81, 84, 364 Agrocybe erebia: 52, 84 molesta: 47, 85, 86, 362, 402 pediades: 47, 85, 86, 294 praecox: 48, 54, 85, 86, 363, 402 Albatrellus caeruleoporus: 56, 87 confluens: 88 cristatus: 56, 87 ovinus: 88 albellum, Leccinellum: 58, 252, 253 albidulum, Hebeloma: 53, 198 albipes, Conocybe: 147 albissimus, Leucopaxillus: 29, 263, 264 alboater, Tylopilus: 59, 382, 386 alboniger Phellodon: 68, 208, 306 Resupinatus: 30, 334 Aleuria aurantia: 71, 88, 293 ALLANTOID: Sausage-shaped. allardii, Lactarius: 1, 2, 43, 230, 231, 341 alveolaris Favolus: 322 Polyporus: 63, 321 Amanita: 9, 12 abrupta: 41, 88, 91 bisporigera: 12, 40, 89, 261, 391 brunnescens: 41, 90, 100 caesarea: 94 ceciliae: 40, 90, 101 citrina: 40, 91 cokeri: 41, 89, 91 farinosa: 40, 92 406 INDEX flavoconia: 41, 92, 93 flavorubescens: 40, 92, 93 fulva: 40, 93, 101 frostiana: 92 jacksonii: 40, 94 multisquamosa: 41, 94, 98 muscaria var. formosa: 95 var. guessowii: 41, 95, 96 parcivolvata: 40, 95 pelioma: 41, 96 polypyramis: 41, 96, 97 rubescens: 40, 93, 97, 261 var. alba: 97, 98 russuloides: 41, 94, 98 salmonescens: 40, 98 sinicoflava: 101 sp. (unnamed “little brown Amanita”): 41, 99 spreta: 40, 90, 99 thiersii: 41, 100, 151, 403 vaginata: 40, 90, 92, 93, 100 ambigua, Gyromitra: 194 americana Lepiota: 261 Macrolepiota: 261 americanum, Hericium: 205 americanus Clavariadelphus: 75, 138 Leucoagaricus: 27, 260 Suillus: 57, 364, 365 amethystina, Laccaria: 35, 226 amethystinoides, Clavulina: 75, 139 AMMONIA: Used for chemical testing of mushrooms; see p. 12. Ampulloclitocybe clavipes: 33, 101 AMYGDALIFORM: Almondshaped . AMYLOID: A bluish black color change in Melzer’s reagent. The amyloid spores of Leucopholiota decorosa are illustrated on p. 265; the amyloid ascus tips of Peziza badioconfusa are illustrated on p. 300. angustata, Hohenbuehelia: 16, 30, 164, 205, 206, 207 angusticeps, Morchella: 73, 277, 280 ANNULUS. See RING apala, Conocybe: 47, 147, 389 Aphids: 191, 192 APICULUS: A small protrusion found on some BASIDIOSPORES , located at the point of attachment to the BASIDIUM . appalachiensis, Cantharellus: 66, 131 applanatum, Ganoderma: 66, 177, 180, 184, 300 applanatus, Crepidotus: 48, 164, 206 aquifluus, Lactarius: 44, 231 archeri, Hypoxylon: 373 arcularius, Polyporus: 63, 322 AREOLATE: Cracked; see the surface of Boletus chrysenteron on p. 114. areolatum, Scleroderma: 70, 354 areolatus, Lactarius: 44, 232, 234, 248 argillaceifolius, Lactarius: 44, 160, 232 Armillaria: 101–3, 171 caligata: 376 gallica: 28, 101 mellea: 28, 102, 171 ostoyae: 102 ponderosa: 378 solidipes: 102 tabescens: 30, 32, 102, 103 armillatus, Cortinarius: 54, 152 Arrhenia epichysium: 31, 103 Artist’s fungus: 180 Artomyces pyxidatus: 76, 104 arvensis, Agaricus: 47, 81, 84, 364 ASCI (singular ASCUS): Spore-producing structures of members of the phylum ASCOMYCOTA (including morels, false morels, and many cup fungi), visible under the microscope. Asci are tubular; spores are ejected through their tips. See the asci of Peziza badioconfusa on p. 300. ASCOCARP: A mushroom that produces spores in ASCI. ASCOMYCOTA: The phylum of mushrooms that produce spores in ASCI. See p. 397 for a list of the orders, families, and genera of the Ascomycota described in this book. ASCOSPORES: Spores produced in ASCI. ASCROBICULATE: Not SCROBICULATE . aspera, Lepiota: 27, 258 Asterophora lycoperdoides: 104, 342 atkinsoniana, Mycena: 37, 282, 285 atkinsonii, Boletus: 60, 110, 111, 123, 125 atramentaria, Coprinopsis: 50, 149 atramentarius, Coprinus: 149 atricapillus, Pluteus: 316 atrocoerulea, Hohenbuehelia, var. grisea: 30, 206 atropurpurea, Russula: 350 atrotomentosa, Tapinella: 31, 48, 369, 370 atrotomentosus, Paxillus: 370 atroviridis, Lactarius: 42, 233 aurantia, Aleuria: 71, 88, 293 aurantiaca, Hygrophoropsis: 32, 132, 156, 215, 292 aurantiacum, Leccinum: 256 aurantiorugosus, Pluteus: 25, 315 aurantium, Tricholoma: 39, 375 auricoma, Parasola: 48, 50, 297, 299 auricomus, Coprinus: 297 auricula, Auricularia: 71, 78, 105, 175, 373 Auricularia...

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9780252096006
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2014-09-11
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