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Pluteus cervinus · elninė skydabudė

  • Pluteus atricapillus
  • deer shield, fawn mushroom
  • Rehbraune Dachpilz, Hirschbrauner Dachpilz
  • elninė skydabudė
  • briežu jumtene
  • drobnołuszczak jeleni

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pluteus_cervinus The species is common in Europe and eastern North America. The cap 3-15 cm in diameter. Initially it is bell-shaped and often wrinkled when young. Later it expands to a convex shape. The cap can be deer-brown but varies from light ochre-brown to dark brown, with a variable admixture of grey or black. The centre of the cap may be darker. The cap surface is smooth and matt to silky-reflective. The cap skin shows dark radial fibres when seen through a lens, indicating that the microscopic cuticle structure is filamentous. The gills are initially white, but soon show a distinctive pinkish sheen, caused by the ripening spores. The stipe is 5–12 cm long and 0.5–2 cm in diameter, usually thicker at the base. It is white and covered with brown vertical fibrils. The flesh is soft and white. The fruit body has a mild to earthy radish smell and a mild taste at first, which may become slightly bitter.

Pluteus cervinus is saprotrophic and fruit bodies are found on rotten logs, roots, tree stumps, sawdust, and other wood waste and fruit bodies can be found most commonly in the autumn. They are said to be edible when young but considered by some to be of poor quality.

Kepurėlė 5-10 (15) cm skersmens, jauna kūgiška, senesnė paplokščia, su smailiu gūbreliu, kartais suskeldėjusi, plaušuota, drėgnu oru gleivėta, pilkai ruda, gelsvai ruda. Lakšteliai iš pradžių balti, senesnių rožiniai, rausvai rudi, platūs, pakraščiai lygiaspalviai, laisvi. Kotas 6-12 cm ilgio, 0,6-2 cm storio, balsvas, pilkas, vėliau rusvas, juosvai plaušuotas, į pagrindą storėjantis. Trama balta, minkšta, aštraus kvapo, nekarti, bet nemalonaus skonio. Auga birželio-spalio mėnesiais ant kelmų, išvartų, stuobrių, šakų. Neskanus.

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