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This delicious common mushroom is closely related to the cultivar A. hor tensis, which is grown commercially. The characteristic bright pink, free gills and the brown spore print clearly distinguish this mushroom from the whitespored Amanitas. Agaricus placomyces Pk. (plate 8) not recommended Cap 4 – 10 cm broad, oval to round, maturing to almost flat; white with gray to brown hairy scales; margin incurved when young, becoming straight at maturity. Flesh white to pale pink to dull pink, bruising yellow and finally reddish brown.
Spore deposit white to pale yellowish or pale lilac: 4 3b. Spore deposit pink or brown: 6 4a. Gill edges serrate (sawtoothed): Lentinellus, page 139 4b. Gill edges smooth: 5 5a. Fruiting body tough, reviving when moistened after drying: Lentinus, page 141 5b. Fruiting body somewhat tough to soft, not reviving when moistened: Pleurotus, page 153, or Resupinatus, page 155 6a. Spore deposit yellow-brown to brown: Crepidotus, page 71 6b. Spore deposit pink: 7 7a. Fruiting body sessile, hairy; gills bright orange: Phyllotopsis, page 153 7b.
Poroid fungi: Polyporus alveolaris, P. arcularius, P. squamosus B. Summer 1. , Phyllotopsis nidulans, Pleurotus ostreatus, Pluteus cervinus 2. Coral fungi: Clavicorona pyxidata, Ramaria stricta 3. Jelly fungi: Auricularia auricula, Tremella spp. 4. Bird’s nest fungi: Crucibulum laeve, Cyathus striatus 5. Cup fungi: Peziza repanda, Scutellinia scutellata 6. Other species: Laetiporus sulphureus, Schizophyllum commune 26 i n t roduc t ion 7. , Stemonitis spp. C. Fall 1. , Pleurotus ostreatus, Pluteus cervinus 2.