Pluteus cervinus (Schaeffer 1774 : Fries) Kummer 1871 (Family Pluteaceae)

Saprotrophic, May - November (Earliest: 25.7)
Cap: 20-180mm, Stem: 30x3-150x30mm, Gills: L=60-95, I=0-6

Biotopes:
Beech Forest

Hedge Rows
Food:
Dead Angiosperm Wood
Decomposers:
Mycetophila fungorum

Spelobia parapusio Larva

Mydaea setifemur Larva

Paraplatypeza atra Larva

Memento des Champignons: Plutée du Cerf
Mushroomexpert: Pluteus cervinus
Mykoweb: Pluteus cervinus


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