What You Should Know
Hemimycena delectabilis is a fungal species first described by Peck, and got its current name by Rolf Singer in 1943. According to the Catalog of Life, Hemimycena delectabilis belongs to the genus Hemimycena, and the family Mycenaceae, but according to Dyntaxa, the affiliation is instead the genus Hemimycena, and the family Chromocyphella.
Hemimycena delectabilis Mushroom Identification
0.3 - 1.5 cm in diameter, bell-shaped, semi-conical, concave in the middle. The surface of the cap is streaked, white.
The gills are thin, wide, descending to the leg, white.
5-9 * 3-4.5 microns, elliptical, with a smooth surface.
0.5 - 2 cm high, 0.1 cm in diameter, capillary (hollow), naked, white, hairy at the base.
The flesh is thin, white, with an unpleasant ammonia odor.
Grows on the ground, in grassy areas, on rotten wood, in groups.
Hemimycena delectabilis Synonyms
Mycena delectabilis (Peck) Sacc., 1887
Agaricus delectabilis Peck 1877
Prunulus delectabilis (Peck) Murrill, 1916
Omphalia delectabilis (Peck) A.H. Sm., 1937
Marasmiellus delectabilis (Peck) Singer, 1951
Delicatula delectabilis (Peck) Kühner & Romagn., 1953
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