Cream or yellowish Mushrooms identifications

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Total mushrooms fount: 899

Poisonous/Suspect
Clitocybe nebularis (Batsch. ex Fr.) Kummer. Clouded Funnel or Clouded Agaric, Clitocybe n?buleux, Nebelkappe, Sz?rke t?lcs?rgomba, Agarico delle nebbie, Nevelzwam. Cap 5?C20cm across, convex at first becoming flattened or occasionally slightly depressed in the centre, the margin remaining inrolled, cloudy grey sometimes tinged with buff, darker at the centre and often covered with a white bloom. Stem 50?C100 x 15?C25mm, swollen towards the base, paler than the cap, fibrous and easily broken. Flesh thick, white, becoming hollow in the stem. Smell strong and sweetish. Gills decurrent, crowded, whitish later with a yellow flush. Spore print cream. Spores ovoid-elliptical, 5.5?C8 x 3.5?C5??. Habitat in deciduous or coniferous woods often in rings or troops. Season late summer to late autumn. Common. Said to be edible but known to cause gastric upsets in many people. Distribution, America and Europe.C. nebularis var. alba differs only in the milk-white cap and be distinguished from other white fleshy Clitocybes by its relatively large spores. Europe.
Inedible
Clitocybe intermedia Kauffman Cap 1.5-4cm across, broadly convex and shallowly depressed with an inrolled margin, becoming funnel-shaped with a wavy margin; yellowy brown to fawn to buff; hygrophanous, moist, smooth. Gills decurrent, close, narrow to moderately broad; pale buff or pale pinky-gray. Stem 10-65 x 2-6mm, stuffed then hollow, sometimes curved; same color as cap, smooth to finely hairy, sometimes with white mycelium around the base. Flesh thin, brittle; buff or fawn. Odor mealy. Taste mealy. Spores ellipsoid, smooth, amyloid, 6.5-8.5 x 4-5?. Deposit white. Habitat scattered or in clusters on soil and twigs along roads and paths and in open woods. Found in northeastern North America and the Pacific Northwest. Season September-October. Not edible.
Inedible
Clitocybe hydrogramma (Bull. ex Fr.) Kummer syn. Omphalia hydrogramma (Bull. ex Fr.) Qu-l. Ranziger Trichterling, Dohos t-lcs-rgomba, Spieringtrechterzwam. Cap 2-C5cm across, convex to depressed at first becoming funnel-shaped, hygrophanous, drying almost white. Stem 50-C80 x 3-C6mm, cartilaginous, concolorous with cap or paler, base downy. Flesh whitish, stem hollow. Smell strong, unpleasant. Gills deeply decurrent, rather widely spaced, pallid. Spore print white. Spores elliptic, 5-C6.5 x 3-C3.5--. Surface of cap showing conspicuous inflated hyphal segments varying in shape from globose to fusoid up to 20-- wide. Habitat deciduous woods. Season autumn. Occasional. Edibility unknown -avoid. Distribution, America and Europe.
Inedible
Clitocybe houghtonii (Berk. & Br.) Dennis. syn. Omphalia roseotincta Pearson. Rosa Trichterling. Cap 2-8cm across, initially convex becoming flattened and often deeply depressed at the centre, pale pinkish-buff when fresh drying almost white. Stem 30-80 x 3-8mm, concolorous with cap, often developing an apical ring-like swelling as the fungus dries. Flesh thin, white. Smell sweetish, reminiscent of crushed tomato leaves. Gills crowded, decurrent, pinkish-cream. Spore print white. Spores elliptic, nonamyloid, 5-6.5 x 3-4m. Habitat gregarious in beech litter. Season late summer to late autumn. Rare. Edibility unknown -avoid. Found In Europe.
Poisonous/Suspect
Clitocybe fragrans (Fr.) Kummer. Duftender Trichterling, Illatos t-lcs-rgomba, Slanke anijstrechterzwam, Fragrant Funnel. Cap 1.5-4cm across, flattened convex sometimes slightly depressed, with an inrolled margin becoming somewhat wavy in age; hygrophanous, pale yellowish brown when wet, whitish cream when dry, with a darker center; smooth, finely lined at the margin. Gills adnate to slightly decurrent, close, narrow to moderately broad; whitish buff. Stem 30-60 x 3-6mm, stuffed then hollow, often curved and slightly enlarged toward the base; whitish to pale-buff; silky with fine hairs on stem, felty with a few thin rhizoids at the base. Flesh thin, soft, pliant; whitish to buff. Odor of aniseed. Taste of aniseed. Spores ellipsoid, smooth, nonamyloid, 6.5-8 x 3.5-4-. Deposit white. Habitat growing either scattered, in groups, or in clusters under deciduous trees. Found in northeastern and northwestern North America and California. Season July-September (December in California). Edible but avoid due to possible confusion with similar dangerously poisonous species.
Inedible
Clitocybe ericetorum (Bull.) Qu-l. Heidetrichterling, Heidetrechterzwam. Cap 2-C5cm across, flattened convex with a central depression becoming widely funnel-shaped, white then yellow-cream. Stem 30-C40 x 3-C5mm, concolorous with cap, downy. Flesh white. Taste mild to slightly bitter, smell none. Gills decurrent, widely spaced, white then yellow-cream. Spore print white. Spores subglobose to ovate, 4-C5 x 2-C3--. Habitat heathland, often amongst heather. Season summer. Rare. Edibility unknown -avoid. Found In Europe.
Poisonous/Suspect
Clitocybe ditopus (Fr. ex Fr.) Gillet syn. C. ditopoda Fr. Mehltrichterling, Kissp-r-s t-lcs-rgomba, Kleinsporige trechtzwamm, Mealy Frosted Funnel. Cap 2-4cm across, flattened-convex with depressed centre soon becoming infundibuliform, dark grey-brown drying paler, with a pale, almost white margin. Stem 25-40 x 4-8mm, grey-brown covered in long white cottony fibre towards the base. Flesh thin, brown, becoming hollow in the stem. Smell mealy. Gills adnate to slightly decurrent, rather crowded, dark grey. Spore print white. Spores subglobose, 3-3.5 x 2.5-3-. Habitat in conifer woods. Season autumn. Uncommon. Edibility unknown -avoid. Distribution, America and Europe.
Poisonous/Suspect
Clitocybe dilatata Pers. ex Karsten Cap 3-15cm across, convex becoming flat with a swollen umbo; an incurved margin becoming irregular, upturned, and wavy; often misshaped from overlapping; gray then whitish or chalky; dry, smooth, downy. Gills adnate to decurrent, close, narrow then broad; whitish to buff. Stem 50-125 x 5-20mm, solid becoming hollow, often curved, enlarged toward the base, which is often united with many others to form a large clump; white, bruising darker at base; finely felty and furrowed, sometimes minutely scaly toward the base. Flesh firm, thicker on the disc; watery gray to whitish. Odor none. Taste unpleasant. Spores ellipsoid, smooth, nonamyloid, 4.5-6.5 x 3-3.5?. Deposit white. Habitat in groups or dense clusters, often overlapping, along roads or in sandy soil or gravel. Found in the Pacific Northwest and California. Also in Europe. Season May-November. Poisonous.
Inedible
Clitocybe avellaneialba Murr. New syn. Ampulloclitocybe avellaneolba Cap 5-20cm across, flat becoming sunken to funnel-shaped in age, with an inrolled margin that becomes wavy; olive-brown to grayish or blackish brown; smooth, finely felty or scaly. Gills decurrent, close, narrow; whitish to cream. Stem 50-180 x 10-30mm, stuffed, enlarged toward the base, sometimes curved; brownish, finely felty and furrowed. Flesh thicker on the disc, firm; whitish. Odor not distinctive. Taste not distinctive. Spores broadly spindle-shaped, smooth, nonamyloid, 8-11 x 4-5.5?. Deposit white. Habitat in groups or clusters on or near rotting logs and debris of alder and conifers. Quite common. Found in the Pacific Northwest and California. Season September-December. Not edible.
Inedible
Clitocybe asterospora (Lange) Moser apud Gams syn. Omphalia asterospora Lange. Sternsporiger Trichterling, Stersporige trechterzwam. Cap 1-2cm across, flattened convex or slightly depressed, brown to grey-brown and distinctly striate when moist, drying whitish. Stem 20-30 x 2-3mm, concolorous with cap. Flesh thin, pallid. Smell mealy. Gills slightly decurrent, lighter than cap. Spore print white. Spores subglobose with sparse blunt spines, 4-8? in diameter. Habitat amongst moss near pines. Season winter to spring. Rare. Edibility unknown -avoid. Found In Europe.
Inedible
Clitocybe albirhiza Bigelow & Smith Cap 3-10cm across, obtusely convex becoming flatter with an inrolled margin, sometimes with a slight umbo, then becoming funnel-shaped with an upturned, wavy, sometimes notched margin; pale buff to watery brown with faint concentric bands or patches of tawny pinkish buff; at first covered with a whitish downy bloom, more or less smooth in age. Gills adnate to decurrent, close, narrow to broad; whitish then buff or same color as cap. Stem 30-80 x 5-20mm, stuffed then hollow, sometimes fluted, base densely covered in white rhizoids; same color as cap; tough, smooth or downy when moist, becoming finely hairy and furrowed when dry. Flesh firm, somewhat thicker at the disc; pale buff. Odor slightly unpleasant. Taste bitter. Spores ellipsoid, smooth, nonamyloid, 4.5-6 x 2.5-3.5?. Deposit white. Habitat growing in groups or dense clusters under conifers on mountains, between 2000m and 3000m (6500-10,000ft). Found in mountainous areas of western North America. Season June-July. Not edible
Inedible
Climacodon septentrionalis (Fr.) Karsten ?szaki t?sk?slaska. Fruit body huge, consisting of overlapping fan-shaped caps growing in horizontal clusters 15-30cm high, arising from a solid base which narrows to an attachment about 2cm wide where it enters the wood. Cap 10-15cm across, 2-5cm thick near the base, shelf-like, thinning toward the margin; whitish to yellowish or buff, turning brownish yellow when dry, with very faint zones; densely hairy and roughened. Spines on undersurface 0.5-2cm long, narrow, with lacerated tips, crowded, pliant; dull white drying yellowish. Flesh up to 4cm thick, fibrous, tough, elastic; white, zoned. Odor none or mild when fresh, of ham when dry. Taste none or mild when fresh, bitter when old. Spores ellipsoid, smooth, 2.5-3 x 4-5.5?. Deposit white. Cystidia thick-walled with encrusted tip. Habitat high up or in the wounds of living deciduous trees such as maple, beech, and birch. Found widely distributed in northeastern North America as far south as Tennessee. Also in Europe. Season July-October. Not edible.
Inedible
Clavulinopsis helvola Fr. syn. Clavaria helvola Fr. Orangegelbe Keule S?fr?ny sz?n? bunk?gomba, S?fr?ny gyep-korallgomba Clavaire jaun?tre Yellow Club. Fruit body 3?7cm high, 1.5?4mm wide, yellow to orange-yellow, solitary or in small groups, simple. Spores white or faintly yellow, subglobose to somewhat angular and bluntly enhinulate, 4?7?3.5?6?. Habitat terrestrial, in woods or in open situations amongst grass and moss. Season late summer to late autumn. Very common. Not edible. Distribution, America and Europe.
Inedible
Clavicorona taxophila (Thom) Doty syn. Clavaria taxophila (Thom) Lloyd Weisse Zungenkeule Yew Club. Fruit body 8-18(30) mm high, 4-9mm wide at the flattened or concave apex tapering towards the stalked base, white, yellowing with age. Spores white, broadly elliptic to subglobose, 3-4-2-3-. Gloeocystidia present in hymenium as elongated, thin-walled vermiform organs with oily contents. Habitat on damp rooting twigs, leaves and other debris of coniferous and deciduous trees. Season autumn. Rare. Not edible. Found In Europe.
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