Feeding in the forest: Hothouses

Feeding in the forest: Hothouses

1.1.4. Cockle-hatchery

general characteristics

Polypore tropic families of the genus Albatrellus, Onnia, Coltricia, Lentinus and the hornet. It is a fungus. And even they often grow on the ground (photo 1e – 1h).

1. Edible, but smallish hat tinder of polyporus ciliatus (tinder ciliated, or May) Czech Republic, April 29, 2014. Photo by Lucie Zibarova on the Czech site mykologie.net1. Edible, but smallish hat tinder of polyporus ciliatus (tinder ciliated, or May) Czech Republic, April 29, 2014. Photo of Lucie Zibarova on the Czech site mykologie.net

1a Polyporus corporeal tuberous tube and corporeal tuberous is polymeric. Moscow. Photo by Igor Lebedinsky on the author's website “Mushrooms of the middle band” toadstool.ru1a Polyporus corporeal tuberous tube and corporeal tuberous is polymeric. Moscow. Photo by Igor Lebedinsky on the author’s website “Mushrooms of the middle band” toadstool.ru

1b. The tindery brown chestnut-colored leathery can also be confused with a bright russula. Moscow Region, September 6, 2014. Photo by Vladimir Karpov at the forum “Mushroom World” photo.gribnoymir.ru1b. The tindery brown chestnut-colored leathery can also be confused with a bright russula. Moscow region, September 6, 2014. Photo by Vladimir Karpov on the forum “Mushroom World” photo.gribnoymir.ru

1c. Completely inedible tinder of the genus Coltricia have leathery-woody fruit bodies. Here is a two-year-old Coltricia perennis dry bread. Czech Republic, August 4, 2011. Photo by Grzegorz Rendchen on the Czech site cs.wikipedia.org1c. Completely inedible tinder of the genus Coltricia have leathery-woody fruit bodies. Here is a two-year-old Coltricia perennis dry bread. Czech Republic, August 4, 2011. Grzegorz Rendchen Photo on cs.wikipedia.org

1g. Lentinus lepideus lepideus scrub, or his pilipolaceus scrub Ontario, Canada, September 2010. Photo by George Barron on the Italian site joebartok.blogspot.it1g. Lentinus lepideus lepideus scrub, or his pilipolaceus scrub Ontario, Canada, September 2010. Photo by George Barron on the italian site joebartok.blogspot.it

It has been a lot of funeral carpentry and cannabis, for example. Stavropol Territory of the Russian Federation, July 12, 2007. Photo by Irina Ukhanova on the GKO website mycoweb.narod.ruIt has been a lot of funeral carpentry and cannabis, for example. Stavropol Territory of the Russian Federation, July 12, 2007. Photo by Irina Ukhanova on the GKO website mycoweb.narod.ru

1e. Sheep albatrellus albatrellus ovinus, which is close to the polypore tinder at the bottom. Carpathians, Ukraine, Lviv region, August 25, 2007. Photo by Alexander Lozovoy on the website of the State Defense Committee mycoweb.narod.ru1e. Sheep albatrellus albatrellus ovinus, which is close to the polypore tinder at the bottom. Carpathians, Ukraine, Lviv region, August 25, 2007. Photo by Alexander Lozovoy on the GKO website mycoweb.narod.ru

1g. Edine albatrellus Fletta (Albatrelus violet) Albatrellus flettii. Who will say that it is tinder? Kazakhstan, Tien-Shan, August 24, 2010. Photo by Antonina Fokina on the GKO website mycoweb-stv.ru1g. Edine albatrellus Fletta (Albatrelus violet) Albatrellus flettii. Who will say that it is tinder? Kazakhstan, Tien Shan, August 24, 2010. Photo by Antonina Fokina on the GKO website mycoweb-stv.ru

1z. The hat-knife is a visor-shaped hat and it is a funeral of the family of the classic mushroom, or the ganoderma, the shiny Ganoderma lucidum. He is a Reishi mushroom - it´s hard, like a plywood and it is completely medicinal oak xylotroph. However, they also make “coffee” out of it. Stavropol Territory of the Russian Federation, October 20, 2014. Photo by Irina Ukhanova on the GKO website mycoweb2.narod.ru1z. The hat-knife is a visor-shaped hat and it is a funeral of the family of the classic mushroom, or the ganoderma, the shiny Ganoderma lucidum. He is a Reishi mushroom – it´s hard, like a plywood and it is completely medicinal oak xylotroph. However, they also make “coffee” out of it. Stavropol region of the Russian Federation, October 20, 2014. Photo by Irina Ukhanova on the GKO website mycoweb2.narod.ru

The trophies and the real mushroom mushrooms like brownberries, syroezhek or honey agarics = polypore stiffness and rubberiness of fruit bodies. Nevertheless, there are many types of shredder grasps, which are edible, and there are no poisonous ones. .

The “classic” slayers – the “cannabis” crushers – the ground-based “classic” cap mushrooms) occupy oyster mushrooms genus Pleurotus and close to it. Caps on eccentric or lateral legs, but often generally sedentary (photo 2 – 2b). The oyster mushrooms take the intermediate position of the fruit body (basidioma).

2. Oyster mushroom oak with dryroot Czech Republic, October 28, 2006. Photo by Jaroslav Maly on the Czech website naturephoto-cz.com2. Oyster mushroom oak with dryroot Czech Republic, October 28, 2006. Photo by Jaroslav Maly on the czech site naturephoto-cz.com

2a The oyster mushroom or oyster pleurotus ostreatus has been introduced. Here is the black elm (black poplar). Czech Republic, November 22, 2009. Photo by Jaroslav Maly on naturephoto-cz.com2a The oyster mushroom or oyster pleurotus ostreatus has been introduced. Here is the black elm (black poplar). Czech Republic, November 22, 2009. Photo by Jaroslav Maly on naturephoto-cz.com

2b. Oyster mushroom Ulm Hypsizygus ulmarius on an apple tree in the garden. The legs of the mushrooms are grown everywhere. Chelyabinsk region of the Russian Federation, 09.21.2013. Photo from wikigrib.ru (the author is hidden under the nickname) Chelyabinsk Region of the Russian Federation, 09/21/2013.2b. Oyster mushroom Ulm Hypsizygus ulmarius on an apple tree in the garden. The legs of the mushrooms are grown everywhere. Chelyabinsk region of the Russian Federation, 09.21.2013. Photo from wikigrib.ru (the author is hidden under the nickname) Chelyabinsk region of the Russian Federation, 09.21.2013.

In addition, as previously mentioned, there are many types of fungi that can be used to make it into the body (honey agaric, flammulin, spittle, many flakes). Despite the “peaceful” mushrooms.

There is a one-year basidiomas group on the mushroom mushroom season. Dry branches, rotting stumps, rotting fallen trees (photo 3 – 3b, as well as 1) and branch outgrowth (photo 3g).

3. Lentinus suavissimus on the dried aspen trunk. Novgorod region of the Russian Federation, June 10, 2014. Photo by Salavat Arslanov at the Planet of Mushrooms forum.spbmyco.ru3. Lentinus suavissimus on the dried aspen trunk. Novgorod region of the Russian Federation, June 10, 2014. Photo by Salavat Arslanov on the forum “Planet of Mushrooms” forum.spbmyco.ru

3a Common tiger leafmint Lentinus tigrinus on the stump. Delicious, but also not quite hat-tinder. Shore oz. Sazanka, Engels, Saratov Region of the Russian Federation, May 14, 2011. Photo by N.V. Rodneva site coleop123.narod.ru3a Common tiger leafmint Lentinus tigrinus on the stump. Delicious, but also not quite hat-tinder. Shore oz. Sazanka, Engels, Saratov Region of the Russian Federation, May 14, 2011. Photo N.V. Rodneva on the website coleop123.narod.ru

3b. Polyporus winter Polyporus brumalis on buryomnoy birch. Novgorod region of the Russian Federation, March 23, 2009. Photo by Salavat Arslanov on the GKO website mycoweb-stv.ru3b. Polyporus winter Polyporus brumalis on buryomnoy birch. Novgorod region of the Russian Federation, March 23, 2009. Photo by Salavat Arslanov on the GKO website mycoweb-stv.ru

3c. Heliocybe furrowed Heliocybe sulcata on a dead log. It can be from the family of polypores. Krasnoyarsk Territory of the Russian Federation, 1 May 2015. Photo by Igor Krom on the GKO portal mycoweb.ru3c. Heliocybe furrowed Heliocybe sulcata on a dead log. It can be from the family of polypores. Krasnoyarsk region of the Russian Federation, May 1, 2015. Photo by Igor Krom on the GKO portal mycoweb.ru

3g. Polypore pituitary Polyporus arcularius on oak branch outflow. Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic, June 2, 2012. Photo by Lucie Zibarova on the Czech site mykologie.net3g. Polypore pituitary Polyporus arcularius on oak branch outflow. Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic, June 2, 2012. Photo of Lucie Zibarova on the Czech site mykologie.net

Feeding in the forest: Hothouses | Aggressive wood destructor. Mytishchi, Moscow region, September 24, 2004. Photo by Yuri Semenov on the GKO website mycoweb.narod.ru

The lottery! It is a fungi. Lentinus lepideus funeral carpentry (see photo 1g) with the exception of the lamellar species (parasitizing on living) poplars, aspen trees, willows and birches (photo 3d).

3e. Polyporus tube branch Mytishchi, Moscow Region, June 14, 2004. Photo by Yuri Semyonov on the website of the State Defense Committee of mycoweb.narod.ru3e. Polyporus tube branch Mytishchi, Moscow region, June 14, 2004. Photo by Yuri Semenov on the GKO website mycoweb.narod.ru

Some (the genus Albatrellus, rams, some members of the genus Polyporus, etc.) even live on “raw earth” – like real land mushrooms (photo 3e – 3h, as well as 1v, 1e and 1g).

In other words, the cauliflowers tinder are in most cases a transitional link between the tinder xerotrophs and ground saprotrophic fungi: they prefer semi-decomposed wood .

The genus Polyporus, discussed below, and the polyporaceae family include: The most “culinary” of them, The rest is less detailed.

It should be said that it can be used as a mushroom picker, in nature is also of great diversity. For example, leathery-woody tindery mutable Polyporus varius (photo 4), black-footed Polyporus melanopus (photo 4a) and chestnut Royoporus badius (on photo 4b, as well as 1b), Coltricia genera (photo 4b – 4b), as well as 1c), as well as some mushrooms, flakes and stropharias (as well as 3D mushrooms). It is a fungus. It is not annoying, it’s not tragic, it’s not a tragic one.

4. Not tindery, but not edible, changeable Polyporus varius. August 7, 2009. Kirov region of the Russian Federation. Photo by Sergey Talanova on the website of the State Defense Committee of Moscow.4. Not tindery, but not edible, changeable Polyporus varius.Kirov region of the Russian Federation, August 7, 2009.Photo by Sergey Talanovon the GKO website mycoweb.narod.ru

4a. Black-legged polypore Polyporus melanopus on soil enriched with tree remains. Moscow Forest Park, June 25, 2012. Photo by Tatyana Svetlova on the author's website of the State Treasury Committee mycoweb-stv.ru4a. Black-legged polypore Polyporus melanopus on soil enriched with tree remains.Moscow Forest Park, June 25, 2012.Photos of Tatiana Svetlovacertificate of credit certificate mycoweb-stv.ru

4b. In appearance (but not in a bit!), It can be seen as a unning relative relative chest nut inder relative relative p p p p p. Moscow Region, August 16, 2008. Photo by Mikhail Karpov at the forum “Mushroom World” photo.gribnoymir.ru4b. In appearance (but not in a bit!), It can be seen as a unning relative relative chest nut inder relative relative p p p p p.Moscow region, August 16, 2008.Photo by Mikhail Karpovon the forum “Mushroom World” photo.gribnoymir.ru

4c. The cap tinder of Onnia tomentosa grows on the ground. This young copy is very appetizing in appearance, but still inedible. Because = plywood plywood! Moscow region, August 25, 2011. Photo by Andrey Smirnov on the author's website of the State Defense Committee mycoweb-sae.narod.ru4c. The cap tinder of Onnia tomentosa grows on the ground. This young copy is very appetizing in appearance, but still inedible. Because = plywood plywood! Moscow region, August 25, 2011. Photo by Andrey Smirnov on the website of the State Defense Committee mycoweb-sae.narod.ru

4g. Onine tomentosa is the edible side of the ligneousness. Anchorage, Alaska, USA, September 4, 2014. Photo by Christian Schwarz on the American website mushroomobserver.org4g. Onine tomentosa is the edible side of the ligneousness. Anchorage, Alaska, USA, September 4, 2014. Photo by Christian Schwarz on the American website mushroomobserver.org

4e. Hat tinder Coltricia Cinnamon Coltricia cinnamomea grows in the woods, here it is on the old fireplace. However, even if she is at a young age, hardly anyone will focus on her. Moscow region, August 28, 2007. Photo by Andrey Smirnov on the author's website of the State Defense Committee mycoweb-sae.narod.ru4e. Hat tinder Coltricia Cinnamon Coltricia cinnamomea grows in the woods, here it is on the old fireplace. However, even if she is at a young age, hardly anyone will focus on her. Moscow Region, August 28, 2007. Photo by Andrey Smirnov on the website of the State Defense Committee of Moscow myaseb-sae.narod.ru

4e. Fiery flake Pholiota flammans - young basidio on rotting dead brown pine. The mushroom is not poisonous, but it has an indestructibly nasty taste. One such thing will ruin the whole boiler. Scotland, August 24, 2013. Photo by Alyson on the British site calderdale-fungi.blogspot.com4e. Fiery flake Pholiota flammans – young basidio on rotting dead brown pine. The mushroom is not poisonous, but it has an indestructibly nasty taste. One such thing will ruin the whole boiler.Scotland, August 24, 2013.Alyson photoson the uk calderdale-fungi.blogspot.com

4g Parasite of deciduous trees of stropharia (flake) beogorodchataya Hemistropharia albocrenulata. The Red Books. New York State, USA, September 24, 2012. Photo by Eric Smith on mushroomobserver.org4g Parasite of deciduous trees of stropharia (flake) beogorodchataya Hemistropharia albocrenulata. The Red Books.State of New York, United States, September 24, 2012.Eric Smith Photoson mushroomobserver.org

P.S. The author expresses deep appreciation to mycologist Amator from Kiev. Zinaida Kosinskaya, It is clear that there is no doubt that it has been possible to save it. .

“It’s created, and the project.”Food in the forest”It’s a promise to make it into the field. autonomists of the world or experts-advisers on survival of the US Army.

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