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- Agaricus caperatus in 1796 by South African mycologist Christiaan Hendrik Persoon, who noted it grew in beech woods. The specific epithet caperatus is Latin...
- colonies can be seen in the pictures below. Aspergillus caperatus growing on CYA plate Aspergillus caperatus growing on YES plate Chen, A.J.; Hubka, V.; Frisvad...
- names have been in circulation, such as Meniscoessus bustus, Meniscoessus caperatus (Marsh 1889), and Meniscoessus coelatus. The first is probably a variant...
- the genus, Cortinarius praestans and the gypsy mushroom (Cortinarius caperatus)—are edible and appreciated in several European countries. The toxin in...
- Conservation as being Nationally Endangered, while Placostylus bollonsi caperatus is cl****ified as Nationally Critical. Buckley et al. (2011) found based...
- genus of fungi that form mushrooms. Apart from a few species such as C. caperatus, many even so-called edible species appear to have very similar species...
- radioactive caesium-137 isotopes being taken up by fungi such as Cortinarius caperatus which is in turn eaten by sheep while grazing. The United Kingdom restricted...
- chanterelle or yellow-leg ****ocybe nuda, blewit (or blewitt) Cortinarius caperatus, the Gypsy mushroom Craterellus cornucopioides, Trompette de la mort (trumpet...
- Binomial name Flavoparmelia caperata (L.) Hale (1986) Synonyms Lichen caperatus L. (1753) Platisma caperatum (L.) Hoffm. (1794) Lobaria caperata (L.)...
- the following species: Zeopoecilus calcaratus (Sharp 1886) Zeopoecilus caperatus Johns, 2007 Zeopoecilus putus (Broun 1882) "Zeopoecilus Sharp, 1886"....
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