Gymnopilus


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Noun1.Gymnopilus - a genus of fungus characterized by the orange color of the spore depositGymnopilus - a genus of fungus characterized by the orange color of the spore deposit
fungus genus - includes lichen genera
Cortinariaceae, family Cortinariaceae - a family of fungi belonging to the order Agaricales
Gymnopilus spectabilis - a fungus with a brownish orange fruiting body and a ring near the top of the stalk; the taste is bitter and the flesh contains psilocybin and psilocin
Gymnopilus validipes - a poisonous fungus with a dry cap and a cortina that does not leave much of a ring on the robust stalk
Gymnopilus ventricosus - a giant fungus of the Pacific Northwest; has a very thick stalk and the cortina leaves a ring high up on the stalk
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& Mont.) Singer [[double dagger], NR] Gymnopilus aeruginosus (Peck) Singer [[dagger]] Gymnopilus bellulus (Peck) Murrill [[double dagger], NR] Gymnopilus junonius (Fr.) P.D.
Marked weakness, disorientation, anxiety, mydriasis, tachycardia and hyper-reflexia reportedly developed in mice 30 min to 4 h after ingestion of hallucinogenic or magic mushrooms like Psilocybe, Panaeolus, Copelandia, Gymnopilus, Pluteus, and Conocybe [4].
For example, Miller (1993) descriped a new species of Cortinarius from southeast Texas and Abraham & Loeblich (1993) has reported Gymnopilus palmicola Murr.
& Dennis Family Cortinariaceae Gymnopilus penetrans (Fr.:Fr.) 1093 lignicolous infrequent Murr.
Ademas, se han estudiado los generos Gymnopilus, Pluteus, Psilocybe, Scleroderma y Volvariella, asi como hongos liquenizados y mixomicetes (Guzman-Davalos y Guzman, 1985, 1986; Trujillo et al., 1986; Guzman-Davalos y Alvarez, 1987; Alvarez y Guzman-Davalos, 1988, 1993, 2009; Vazquez et al., 1989; Vazquez y Guzman-Davalos, 1991b; Guzman, 1998; Rodriguez, 1998; Rodriguez y Guzman-Davalos, 2000, 2001).
Gymnopilus maritimus (Basidiomycota, Agaricales), a new species from coastal psammophilous plant communities of northern Sardinia, Italy, and notes on G.
Hongos del estado de Jalisco, VIL El genero Gymnopilus (Cortinariaceae).
Three large open areas have been designated as meadows (Figure 3): Gymnopilus Meadow in North Woods and Lily Meadow and East Meadow in South Woods.