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Fungi: Basidiomycota: Agaricomycetes: Agaricales: Tricholomataceae: Resupinatus applicatus (Batsch) Gray

Resupinatus applicatus – smoked oysterling

Synonyms: Acanthocystis applicatus, Agaricus applicatus, Agaricus epyxylon, Calathinus applicatus, Dendrosarcus applicatus, Geopetalum striatulum, Hohenbuehelia applicata, Phyllotremella applicata, Phyllotus applicatus, Pleurotus applicatus, Scytinotus applicatus, Urospora applicata.

Common name: smoked oysterling.

Extract from Wikipedia article: Resupinatus applicatus, commonly known as the smoked oysterling or the black jelly oyster, is a species of fungus in the family Tricholomataceae, and the type species of the genus Resupinatus. First described in 1786 as Agaricus applicatus by August Johann Georg Karl Batsch, it was transferred to Resupinatus by Samuel Frederick Gray in 1821.

Swedish: Strimmussling, Welsh: Corwystrysen bygddu.

Photos of this mushroom from East and Central Texas

Cap of smoked oysterling mushroom (<B>Resupinatus applicatus</B>)(?) on a thin twig on Lone Star Hiking Trail near Pole Creek in Sam Houston National Forest. Richards, Texas, <A HREF="../date-en/2020-04-09.htm">April 9, 2020</A>
LinkCap of smoked oysterling mushroom (Resupinatus applicatus)(?) on a thin twig on Lone Star Hiking Trail near Pole Creek in Sam Houston National Forest. Richards, Texas, April 9, 2020
Location on mapsLone Star Hiking Trail, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA
Gills of smoked oysterling mushroom (<B>Resupinatus applicatus</B>)(?) on a thin twig on Lone Star Hiking Trail near Pole Creek in Sam Houston National Forest. Richards, Texas, <A HREF="../date-en/2020-04-09.htm">April 9, 2020</A>
LinkGills of smoked oysterling mushroom (Resupinatus applicatus)(?) on a thin twig on Lone Star Hiking Trail near Pole Creek in Sam Houston National Forest. Richards, Texas, April 9, 2020
Location on mapsLone Star Hiking Trail, Montgomery, TX 77356, USA

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