MycoKey : the species Pholiota highlandensis

Generic short diagnoses: Typically rather fleshy to very fleshy, brown-spored, often lignicolous agarics with more or less evident scales on more or less slimy pileus and sometimes stipe; spores thick-walled, with, rarely without germ pore, with or without chrysocystidia.

Pholiota highlandensis - DK: kul-skælhat, UK: Bonfire Scalycap

Pholiota highlandensis , kul-skælhat, Bonfire Scalycap, bålskjellsopp, kolflamskivling, Brandplekbundelzwam, Kohlen-Schüppling, Pholiote des charbonnières
Illustration and © Jens H. Petersen
Denmark, JHP-92.443

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