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Synonyms: Agaricus amianthinus, Agaricus granulosus, Agaricus rugosoreticulatum, Armillaria amianthina, Armillaria rugosoreticulata, Cystoderma longisporum, Cystoderma rugosoreticulatum, Lepiota amianthina, Lepiota granulosa, Lepiota rugosoreticulata, Mastocephalus amianthinus.
Common name: earthy powdercap.
Russian names: Tsistoderma amiantovaya, Zontik amiantovyy, Tsistoderma ostistaya, Tsistoderma asbestovaya.
Extract from Wikipedia article: Cystoderma amianthinum, commonly called the saffron parasol, the saffron powder-cap, or the earthy powder-cap, is a small orange-ochre, or yellowish-brown, gilled mushroom. It grows in damp mossy grassland, in coniferous forest clearings, or on wooded heaths. It is probably the most common of the small Cystoderma genus. Possibly edible, it is not recommended due to its unpleasant odour and resemblance to poisonous species.
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