Some members belonging to genus Bovista Lycoperdon
are edible and have medicinal value (Lans et al.
We collected genera whose distribution is restricted to a temperate climate, such as Lycoperdon
, Scleroderma, and Cyathus, exclusively in oak forest.
mexicana, Stropharia semiglobata, Amanita caesarea, Lentinus cubensis, Stereum hirsutum, Polyporus arcularius, Lycoperdon
Borregos [flecha diestra] Lycoperdon
perlatum Gachupin [flecha diestra] Helvella crispa Jicaras o yema [flecha diestra] Amanita caesarea Enchilada roja [flecha diestra] Lactarius salmonicolor Iieim Pambazos de encinal [flecha diestra] B.
A mushroom (1), the common puffball Lycoperdon
perlatum, often recognized and appreciated as a delicious food early in its vegetation period, was seen within the herbal landscape of the 19th century Estonia only when the brown dusting fruit body appeared.
Heim & Leclair enchilada Lycoperdon
The new species here proposed has, as the main features: exoperidium corky, smooth, one-layered, pseudoparenchymatous; endoperidium thin, papyraceous, dextrinoid; subgleba cellular; capillitium septate, dissociated at the septal site, lycoperdon
type, without pores, elastic and spores amigdaloid, 4-6 (-7) x 2.