Gymnopilus Viridans Magic Mushrooms
Gymnopilus viridans: Background
Gymnopilus viridans: Habitat
Gymnopilus viridans magic mushrooms are a rarely documented mushroom species with the last known collection being from Washington. It grows in dense clumps on coniferous wood from June to November.
Gymnopilus viridans: Taxonomy/Naming
Gymnopilus viridans: Physical Description
Caps are thick and convex with a large umbo, and ochraceous in colour with light reddish brown scales.
Gills are crowded, broad and attached to the stem. Turn from brown to rusty-brown with sporulation.
Rusty brown, no germ pore
Thick and firm stems similar in colour to the cap. Enlarged towards the base.