Fungi: Basidiomycota: Agaricomycetes: Agaricales: Hygrophoraceae: Gliophorus psittacinus (Schaeff.) Herink, 1958
Synonyms: Agaricus cameleon, Agaricus psittacinus, Agaricus sciophanus, Gliophorus perplexus, Gliophorus sciophanus, Hygrocybe perplexa, Hygrocybe psittacina, Hygrocybe sciophana, Hygrocybe sciophanoides, Hygrophorus perplexus, Hygrophorus psittacinus, Hygrophorus sciophanoides, Hygrophorus sciophanus.
Common name: parrot waxcap.
Extract from Wikipedia article: Gliophorus psittacinus, commonly known as the Parrot Toadstool or Parrot Waxcap, is a colourful member of the genus Gliophorus, found across Northern Europe. It was formerly known as Hygrocybe psittacina, but a molecular phylogenetics study found it to belong in the genus Gliophorus. It had already been placed in Gliophorus, but it had been considered a synonym of Hygrocybe.
Asturian: Hygrocybe psittacina var. psittacina, Chinese: 青绿湿伞, Dutch: Papegaaizwammetje, Faroese: Pappageyka-vakshattur, Finnish: Papukaijavahakas, French: Hygrocybe perroquet, German: Papageigrüner Saftling, Hungarian: Zöldes nedűgomba, Japanese: ワカクサタケ, Lithuanian: Žalsvoji guotenė, Persian: قارچ طوطی, Polish: Wilgotnica papuzia, Russian: Гигроцибе пёстрая, Swedish: Papegojvaxskivling.
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