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Fungi: Basidiomycota: Agaricomycetes: Agaricales: Omphalotaceae: Mycetinis scorodonius (Fr.) A.W.Wilson

Mycetinis scorodonius – garlic Marasmius

Synonyms: Agaricus alliatus, Agaricus schaefferi, Agaricus scorodonius, Chamaeceras scorodenius, Gymnopus scorodonius, Marasmius alliatus, Marasmius scorodonius.

Common names: garlic Marasmius, vampires bane.

Extract from Wikipedia article: Mycetinis scorodonius (syn. Marasmius scorodonius) is one of the garlic-scented mushrooms formerly in the genus Marasmius, having a beige cap of up to 3 cm and a tough slender stipe.

Belarusian: Часночны грыб, Finnish: Laukkanahikas, Georgian: ნიორა სოკო, German: Echter Knoblauchschwindling, Hungarian: Fokhagymaszagú szegfűgomba, Lithuanian: Česnakinis mažūnis, Polish: Twardzioszek czosnaczek, Romanian: Cocârți, Russian: Чесночник обыкновенный, Sakha: Куобах чочунааҕа, Swedish: Lökbrosking, Ukrainian: Часничник дрібний.

Photos of this mushroom from East and Central Texas

<B>Mycetinis scorodonius</B> (Marasmius scorodonius) mushrooms on Caney Creek Trail (Little Lake Creek Loop Trail) in Sam Houston National Forest, near Huntsville. Texas, <A HREF="../date-en/2018-09-15.htm">September 15, 2018</A>
LinkMycetinis scorodonius (Marasmius scorodonius) mushrooms on Caney Creek Trail (Little Lake Creek Loop Trail) in Sam Houston National Forest, near Huntsville. Texas, September 15, 2018
Location on mapsLittle Lake Creek Loop Trail, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA

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