When a fruiting body's growth is stunted.
[ ak-rid ]
a sharp or stinging taste or smell.
[ uh-kyoot ]
[ ad-neyt ]
Lamellae (gills) that are broadly attached to the stipe (stem); Also referred to as widely or bluntly attached.
[ ad-next ]
Lamellae (gills) that are narrowly attached to the stipe (stem).
[ uh-gar-ik ]
Fungi belonging to the family Agaricaceae.
[ uh-gar-i-kay-cee-ah ]
A fungal family in the Basidiomycota division.
[ uh-gar-i-kal-eez ]
A fungal order in the Basidiomycota division that contains gilled mushrooms.
[ an-uh-tok-sin ]
A toxin produced by poisonous mushrooms. Often fatal.
[ am-puh-ley-shuh s ]
Flask or Bottle-shaped
[ an-yuh-ler ]
[ an-yuh-lit ]
containing an annulus (ring).
[ an-yuh-luh s ]
A ring of tissue attached to the strip (stem) of a mushroom which is the remains of the partial veil.
[ an-thuh-rid-ee-uh m ]
a male reproductive structure.
[ ey-pi-kuh l ]
A ring near the top of the stipe (stem).
[ uh-pik-yuh-luh s ]
[ ap-uh-thee-shee-uh m ]
A cup-shaped or saucer-shaped fruiting body where the hymenium
is constantly exposed.
[ ap-uh n-dik-yuh-lit ]
when there are remains of a veil hanging from edges of the pileus (cap).
[ uh-prest ]
Flattened or pressed closely against a surface. Often referring to the pileus (cap) or stipe (stem).
[ uh-ree-uh-leyt ]
A cracked surface resembling dried-mud or paint.
[ uh-sen-ding ]
Upwards. Typically referring to the gills that form upwards from the cap margin to the attachment at the stipe (stem).
[ as-kuh-kahrp ]
The fruiting body of sac-fungi (Ascomycota division).
[ as-kuh-goh-nee-uh m ]
a female reproductive structure.
[ as-kuh-mahy-seet ]
Any fungi belonging to the Ascomycota division.
[ as-kuh-mahy-koh-tuh ]
a division of fungi with over 64,000 species. Also called sac fungi.
[ as-kuh-spawr ]
A sexual spore developed from meiosis in an ascus.
[ as-kuh s ]
A tubular saclike cell that produces Ascospores. Found in Ascomycetes
[ ey-sep-teyt hahy-fee ]
Hyphae lacking septa to separates the cell walls. Instead, internal cell components, such as multiple nuclei, flow freely.
[ aw-toh-dih-jes-chuh ]
self-digestion. A common occurrence in ink cap mushrooms.