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Glistening Ink-cap

Coprinus truncorum

6 Comments

Berni
Berni 8 years ago

...very nice!

AlexKonig
AlexKonig 8 years ago

surely, the only big differents, is the whiter stem. micaceus has a brownish stem and truncorum has a smooth white stem. the cap is almost identic. the spores (wich we can not check) or the stem distinguished it for us. ok sorry had suspected you would wanted to know the serbian name. because the spotting is from there. my mistake!

Berni
Berni 8 years ago

I do not know serbian...Hungarian"Csillámló tintagomba":)
In outward appearance very similar to micaceus...

AlexKonig
AlexKonig 8 years ago

the "mushroom" is common called --> Glistening Ink-cap (english) ; gladstelige glimmerinktzwam (dutch) ; Czernidłak błyszczący (polish) ; Weidentintling (german) i did not find the serbian name! For this mushroom was the taxonomy changed/prefferd - from coprinus to coprinellus. therefore coprinellus truncorum (but all 2 are right).

Berni
Berni 8 years ago

Thanks!

AlexKonig
AlexKonig 8 years ago

the micaceus has a different stem !

Berni
Spotted by
Berni

Vojvodina, Serbia

Spotted on Sep 12, 2011
Submitted on Sep 22, 2011

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