MycoKey : the species Agaricus phaeolepidotus

Generic short diagnoses: Brown- to black-spored, fleshy, saprobic agarics with free lamellae and mostly with prominent veil in the form of rings or sheaths on the stipe. Often with strong smell and staining flesh. Cheilocystidia present or absent.


Agaricus phaeolepidotus - DK: agerhøne-champignon

Agaricus phaeolepidotus , agerhøne-champignon, brunfjællig giftchampinjon, Hazelhoenchampignon, Rebhuhn-Egerling
Illustration and © Jens H. Petersen
Denmark, JHP-91.066
Agaricus phaeolepidotus , agerhøne-champignon, brunfjællig giftchampinjon, Hazelhoenchampignon, Rebhuhn-Egerling
Illustration and © Jens H. Petersen
Denmark, JHP-91.066
Agaricus phaeolepidotus , agerhøne-champignon, brunfjællig giftchampinjon, Hazelhoenchampignon, Rebhuhn-Egerling
Illustration and © Jan Vesterholt
Denmark, JV91-605

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