Fungi: Basidiomycota: Agaricomycetes: Agaricales: Bolbitiaceae: Conocybe apala (Fr.) Arnolds
Synonyms: Agaricus apalus, Agaricus sphaerobasis, Agaricus tener, Bolbitius albipes, Bolbitius tener, Conocybe albipes, Conocybe lactea, Galera apala, Galera hapala, Galera lactea, Galera lateritia, Mycena tenera, Pluteolus apalus.
Common names: milky conecap, White Cone Head, White Dunce Cap.
Extract from Wikipedia article: Conocybe apala is a basidiomycete fungus and a member of Conocybe. It is a fairly common fungus, both in North America and Europe, found growing among short green grass. Until recently, the species was also commonly called Conocybe lactea or Conocybe albipes and is colloquially known as the white dunce cap . Another common synonym, Bolbitius albipes G.H. Otth 1871, places the fungus in the genus Bolbitius.
Chinese: 乳白錐蓋傘, Estonian: Valge sametkübarik, German: Milchweißes Samthäubchen, Polish: Stożkówka miękka, Russian: Коноцибе молочная, Swedish: Klubbhätting.
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