Crepidotus spp Yellow Crep Crepidotus spp Yellow Crep Scale = 0.75 mm. Scale = 0.75 mm. Crepidotus cesatii - which var.? Click on image to view larger image Photo Details Chris Yeates... Crepidotus cesatii - which var.? Click on image to view larger image Photo Details Chris Yeates... Figure 3. Crepidotus mollis specimens photographed at the 2007 NEMF foray. Photo © Gary Emberger. Figure 3. Crepidotus mollis specimens photographed at the 2007 NEMF foray. Photo © Gary Emberger. Native Fungi - (Crepidotus Sp.) New Zealand (NZ) Stock Photo New Zealand (NZ) Native Fungi -... Native Fungi - (Crepidotus Sp.), New Zealand (NZ) Stock Photo , New Zealand (NZ) Native Fungi -... (c)Mirek Junek You can use the photos for non-comercial purpose (please let me know ). Upon request... (c)Mirek Junek You can use the photos for non-comercial purpose (please let me know ). Upon request,... Tremella fimbriata Jelly Fungus Tremella fimbriata Jelly Fungus Figure 8. Crepidotus crocophyllus with saffron-orange gills and hairy cap photographed at the 2007... Figure 8. Crepidotus crocophyllus with saffron-orange gills and hairy cap, photographed at the 2007... Home: Plant Galleries Home: Plant Galleries Figure 7. Crepidotus applanatus photographed at the 2007 NEMF foray. Photo © Gary Emberger. Figure 7. Crepidotus applanatus photographed at the 2007 NEMF foray. Photo © Gary Emberger. Crepidotus sp 2 Found growing underneath a piece of rotting wood. home Crepidotus sp 2 Found growing underneath a piece of rotting wood. home The North American Species of Crepidotus The North American Species of Crepidotus Home: Plant Galleries Home: Plant Galleries Home: Plant Galleries Home: Plant Galleries Figure 1. Crepidotus mollis . Caps are 1-8 cm wide; color is variable from olive-brown to ochraceous... Figure 1. Crepidotus mollis . Caps are 1-8 cm wide; color is variable from olive-brown to ochraceous... ... the surface is dry bright cinnabar-red. There is only a short stalk and sometimes no stalk at all. ... the surface is dry, bright cinnabar-red. There is only a short stalk and sometimes no stalk at all. The North American Species of Crepidotus The North American Species of Crepidotus This is an area of damp woodland running east / west along a north facing slope of the Howardian... This is an area of damp woodland running east / west along a north facing slope of the Howardian... Division - Classe - Ordre - Famille Basidiomycota / Homobasidiomycetes / Cortinariales /... Division - Classe - Ordre - Famille Basidiomycota / Homobasidiomycetes / Cortinariales /... Crepidotussp2.jpg 19-Aug-2011 15:54 16k Crepidotussp2.jpg 19-Aug-2011 15:54 16k Figure 2. Another view of Crepidotus mollis . Photo © John Plischke III. Figure 2. Another view of Crepidotus mollis . Photo © John Plischke III. 16 129 . Pileus 1-3 cm broad sessile flabelliform spathulate or suborbicular then reniform to... 16 , 129 . Pileus 1-3 cm broad, sessile, flabelliform, spathulate, or suborbicular then reniform to... Figure 6. Crepidotus applanatus . Caps are 1-4 cm wide; color is white when young becoming brownish... Figure 6. Crepidotus applanatus . Caps are 1-4 cm wide; color is white when young, becoming brownish... 3 70 71 . Pileus 2-6 cm latus sessilis flabelliformis hygrophanus colore lacteus demum niveus... 3 , 70, 71 . Pileus 2-6 cm latus, sessilis, flabelliformis, hygrophanus, colore lacteus demum niveus... There are more than 100 species of Crepidotus. They are mostly small fungi without stalks that grow... There are more than 100 species of Crepidotus. They are mostly small fungi without stalks that grow... 1 41 . Pileus 1-2 (4.5) cm broad sessile reniform flabelliform or semiorbicular convex... 1 , 41 . Pileus 1-2 (4.5) cm broad, sessile, reniform, flabelliform, or semiorbicular, convex,... Ref No: 7617 Buy this image Ref No: 7617 Buy this image 23 156 . Pileus 4-13 cm latus sessilis imbricatus dimidiatus cuneatus velflabelliformis... 23 , 156 . Pileus 4-13 cm latus, sessilis, imbricatus, dimidiatus, cuneatus velflabelliformis,... The North American Species of Crepidotus The North American Species of Crepidotus
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