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European Fungus Flora: Agaricaceae
written by "Massee, George, 1845-1917"
...d inside rusty; sp. 8 4. Resembling Hypholoma fasciculare, differing in rusty sp. helomorpha, Fr. White. P. 1.5-2.5 cm. exp. gibbous, unequal, viscid, silky when dry, edge naked; g. adnato-decur. crowded, white then tan; s. 2-3 cm. solid, unequal, curved, even, almost glabrous; sp. 10 6. scamba, Fr. P. 2-4 cm. exp. subdepr. floccosely downy, viscid in damp weather, white then tinged tan; g. subdecur. yellowish tan; s. 3-4 cm. short, incurved, flocculosely cortinate, white, base narrowed; sp. 10-12 5-6. Introduced species. filicea, Cke. P. 2-4 cm. convexo-exp. or slightly depr. squamulosely fibrillose, deep yellow disc tawny, veil reddish, append.; g. adnate, sulphur then tawny; s. 3-5 cm. hollow, sulphur, base tawny; sp. 8 5. [Pg 177]purpurata, Cke. and Mass. P. 3-4 cm. exp. obtusely umb. purple or purple-brown, squamulose, dry; g. adnate, yellow then rusty; s. 3-4 cm. incurved, purplish and granulose below; sp. 8 5. CORTINARIUS, Fr. Key to the Subgenera. I. Phlegmacium. Partial veil cobwebby. Pileus equally fleshy, viscid; stem firm, dry. p. 177. II. Myxacium. Universal veil glutinous, hence the pileus and scarcely bulbous stem are viscid. Pileus rather thin; gills adnate or decurrent. p. 183. III. Inoloma. Pileus equally fleshy, dry, at first scaly, fibrillose or innately silky, not hygrophanous. Veil simple. Stem fleshy, subbulbous. p. 185. IV. Dermocybe. Flesh of pileus thin, everywhere equal, at first downy or subinnately silky, but glabrous when adult, dry, not hygrophanous. p. 188. V. Telamonia. Pileus hygrophanous, at first glabrous or with whitish superficial fibrils. Flesh entirely thin or the margin abruptly so, splitting. Universal veil peronate, or forming a ring low down on the stem, apex somewhat cortinate, hence the veil is double. p. 191. VI. Hydrocybe. Pileus glabrous or covered with superficial white fibrils, not viscid but moist when growing, losing the deep colour and ...

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