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Magpie Inkcap Coprinopsis picacea

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karen66

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September 21, 2016 09:29 AM EDT

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Magpie Inkcap Coprinopsis picacea

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katya

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October 16, 2015 11:54 AM EEST

Description

Распространен в Европе и в Австралии.
Является относительно редким грибом, появляется довольно поздно, с августа по октябрь, а иногда и в ноябре.
Несъедобен из-за неприятного запаха нафталина. Вкус также неприятный. В болгарской Википедии описан как слабо ядовитый.
У молодого гриба шляпка покрыта белым войлочным покрывалом), которое при росте разрывается на отдельные хлопьевидные чешуйки и открывает кожицу тёмно-коричневой или почти чёрной окраски.
Это ядовитый вид иногда путают со съедобным грибом Навозник белый (Coprinus comatus).

It is widespread in Europe and in Australia.
It is a relatively rare fungus, appears quite late August through October, and sometimes in November.
Inedible because of the unpleasant smell of naphthalene. Taste as an unpleasant. The Bulgarian Wikipedia described it as slightly toxic.
The young mushroom cap covered with white felt blanket), which breaks with the growth in the individual flake flakes and opens the skin is dark brown or almost black color.
This poisonous species can sometimes be confused with the edible Coprinus comatus (shaggy ink cap, lawyer's wig, or shaggy mane)

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finrod

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December 4, 2015

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finatic

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September 6, 2015 10:07 AM PDT

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Gila County, Arizona, US

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October 7, 2015 03:42 PM CEST

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jaykeller

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September 6, 2015 10:08 AM PDT

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Magpie Inkcap Coprinopsis picacea

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hermannfalkner

Date

November 5, 2011 02:41 PM CET

Place

Wienerwald (Google, OSM)

Description

Taxon: Coprinopsis picacea (Synonyms, according to Index fungorum - species fungorum: Agaricus picaceus, Coprinus picaceus)
2011-11-05 Lower Austria, district Mödling - Wienerwald (560 msm Quadrant 7863/3)
German name: Specht-Tintling
ID source: Wikipedia
Habitat: mixed broadleaf forest, calciferous ground (chalk but also dolomite)
Occurrence: quite common in Wienerwald region
Remarks about life cycle: As most Coprinus sp. (this one here has been split off to the new taxon Coprinopsis) the cap of this mushrooms begins to dissolve as soon as the fruiting body is maturing; different stages of dissolvement are shown in the photos.

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valter

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December 26, 2009 09:53 AM WET

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Location: Europe > Portugal > Algarve

Date Photo Taken: December 26, 2009

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andyk

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May 16, 2015 09:47 AM CDT

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eraskin

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September 16, 2006

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December 21, 2014

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meallen12

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December 9, 2014 12:25 PM PST

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Description from Wikipedia

Coprinopsis picacea is a species of fungus in the Psathyrellaceae. It is commonly called Magpie Fungus. It is native to Britain. It was first described in 1785 by French mycologist Jean Baptiste François Pierre Bulliard in 1785 as Agaricus picaceus.

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