Pluteus tomentosulus This mushroom has a white, woolly cap, free gills and a pinkish spore print.... Fungi laid out on the table for identification and to take spore prints Fungi identified Latin name... Pluteus Salicinus ? Lancing Ring 12.10.2005 Figure 1. Fawn mushroom fruiting on wood. Photo © William Roody. Pluteus_gills3.jpg 23-Oct-2011 10:32 24k Figure 6. In addition to the wrinkling near the center, note the striate margin. Photo © Steve... Figure 5. Microscope preparation of Pluteus cervinus gill tissue. The long, projecting,... Sunday 6th January 2013 No rain again. I did a couple of hours digging on my allotment. To unloosen... Pluteus_pleurocys.1.jpg 23-Oct-2011 10:32 16k Scale = 4.3 mm. A saprophytic Pluteus cervinus growing out of a rotting tree stem. Germany 2012 back to top (c)Mirek Junek You can use the photos for non-comercial purpose (please let me know ). Upon request,... The brown cells in this micrograph appear on the cap surface (pileipellis) of Pluteus lutescens .... Figure 4. Gills are whitish at first, become yellow, and then pinkish when mature. The stalk also... Figure 2. A beautiful view of the pink gills and white stipe of this specimen. Photo © Pam Kaminski. Photo Gallery: Mushrooms (Fungi) , Plants (Plantae) , Mammals (Mammalia) , Birds (Aves) ... Spores Pluteus sp. © Judith Gover Fred Stevens : Pluteus atromarginatus (CP) The brown cells in this micrograph appear on the cap surface (pileipellis) of Pluteus lutescens .... Scale = 7.8 mm. 15fed Scarlet Waxy Cap (Hygrocybe punicea or Hygrophorous puniceus) Listed as edible but has made... Figure 2. Smooth, moist (any shiny) caps and white gills of young specimens. Photo © Steve Nelsen. Figure 1. The dark brown cap and white, immature gills of Pluteus atromarginatus . Photo © Steve... Scale = 5.5 mm. Pluteus salicinus Figure 1. Young Pluteus admirabilis specimens on a hardwood log. Photo © Gary Emberger. The brown cells in this micrograph appear on the cap surface (pileipellis) of Pluteus lutescens .... Pluteus atromarginatus (CP) Scale = 6 mm.