I - Mycology Terms
[ in-kurv ]
Curving down and inwards.
[ in-doo-zee-uh m ]
A netlike veil protruding from the pileus (cap) of a mushroom. Usually found on stinkhorn mushrooms.
[ in-feer-ee-er ]
A ring just above the base of the stipe (stem).
Referring to the position of the annulus (ring).
[ in-fuhn-dib-yuh-luh-fawrm ]
All types of mushroom cap shapes.
[ in-oh-pur-kyuh-lit ]
An ascus that does not contain an operculum (lid).
Referring to the ascus of fungi in the Ascomycota division.
To curl or curve inwards. Another name for Involute margins.
[ in-vuh-loot ]