Marasmius oreades


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Synonyms for Marasmius oreades

mushroom that grows in a fairy ring

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La mayoria suele recolectar varias especies, siendo la especie principal mas demandada el niscalo (Lactarius deliciosus) y la especie secundaria los hongos (Boletus edulis sobre todo), recolectandose tambien comunmente otras especies como setas de cardo (Pleurotus eryngii), senderillas (Marasmius oreades), champinones (Agaricus sp.), etc.
The cause is a fungus, Marasmius oreades, that spreads in a series of expanding circles.
Although small, those little Fairy Ring Mushrooms (Marasmius oreades) have an incredibly tough stem--almost too tough to tear.
Dream Mapping pushed things further: Its collaborators spent three nights in rural Wiltshire, sleeping under the stars inside "fairy rings" formed by Marasmius oreades mushrooms, then logged their dreams (or maybe alternatively induced visions) in notebooks that Hiller subsequently exhibited as artifacts.
Examples include the field mushrooms, the inky caps (so-called because they turn into a black, inky-like substance when they decompose), oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus ostreatus, so-called because they taste remarkably similar to cooked oysters), fairy ring mushrooms (Marasmius oreades, which always grow in circles), chanterelles, boletes (especially the giant bolete, Boletus edulis, which tastes like eggplant when cooked), puffballs, morels and chicken of the woods (Laetiporus sulphureus, which really does taste like chicken).
But toadstools (Marasmius oreades) produced grade 1 rings and this is a serious problem.
Marasmius oreades (Bolton) Fr.; BP, BPE, C, H, PA (Alvarez 731, Garcia-Saucedo 219, Meza 12, Palacios 11)
There are a number of different fungi that cause the fairy ring symptom, including probably the commonest Marasmius oreades as well as Hygrocybe species and Clitocybe species.
A FAIRY rings are circles of 10cm tall, pale brown, mushroom-like toadstools of the fungi called marasmius oreades that grow out of the lawn for no apparent reason, often in a circle shape.
PAULA BRYAN, Redditch A Fairy rings are circles of 10cm tall, pale brown, mushroom-like toadstools of the fungi called marasmius oreades. They grow out of the lawn for no apparent reason, often in a circular formation.