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Phallus indusiatus
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Fungi
Division: Basidiomycota
Subdivision: Hymenomycotina
Class: Homobasidiomycetes
Order: Phallales
Family: Phallaceae
Genus: Phallus
Species: P. indusiatus
Binomial name
Phallus indusiatus
Vent. 1798
Phallus indusiatus
mycological characteristics:
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smooth hymenium
 

no distinct cap Scientific classification or biological classification is a method by which biologists group and categorize species of organisms. ... Divisions Chytridiomycota Zygomycota Glomeromycota Ascomycota Basidiomycota Deuteromycota Fungi (singular fungus) are a kingdom of eukaryotic organisms. ... Classes Subdivision Teliomycotina    Urediniomycetes Subdivision Ustilaginomycotina    Ustilaginomycetes Subdivision Hymenomycotina    Homobasidiomycetes- mushrooms    Heterobasidiomycetes- jelly fungi The Division Basidiomycota is a large taxon within the Kingdom Fungi that includes those species that produce spores in a club-shaped structure called a basidium. ... Classes Homobasidiomycetes - mushrooms Heterobasidiomycetes - jelly fungi The Subdivision Hymenomycotina (Hymenomycetes) is one of three taxa of the fungal Division Basidiomycota (fungi bearing spores on basidia). ... former Orders Subclass Homobasidiomycetidae    Agaricales    Boletales    Cantharellales    Corticiales    Ganodermatales    Gomphales    Hericiales    Hydnales    Hymenochaetales    Polyporales (Aphyllophorales)    Poriales    Russulales    Schizophyllales    Stereales    Thelephorales Subclass Gasteromycetidae    Lycoperdales    Nidulariales    Phallales    Sclerodermatales    Tulostomatales The Class Homobasidiomycetes is a taxonomic division in the Subdivision Hymenomycotina of the Division Basidiomycota (in the Kingdom Fungi). ... Elegant Stinkhorn, Mutinus elegans. ... Genera Clathrus Mutinus Phallus Stinkhorns are a type of fungus which produce a foul-scented, rod-shaped mushroom. ... In biology, binomial nomenclature is the formal method of naming species. ... Image File history File links Smooth_icon. ... Classes Homobasidiomycetes - mushrooms Heterobasidiomycetes - jelly fungi The Subdivision Hymenomycotina (Hymenomycetes) is one of three taxa of the fungal Division Basidiomycota (fungi bearing spores on basidia). ... The cap of a fungal fruiting body. ...

 

hymenium attachment is not applicable Classes Homobasidiomycetes - mushrooms Heterobasidiomycetes - jelly fungi The Subdivision Hymenomycotina (Hymenomycetes) is one of three taxa of the fungal Division Basidiomycota (fungi bearing spores on basidia). ...

 

stipe has a volva Diagram of a basidiomycete stipe with a annulus and vulva In mycology a stipe refers to the stem or stalk-like feature supporting the cap of a mushroom. ...

 

spore print is olive Making a spore print of the mushroom Volvariella volvacea shown in composite: (photo lower half) mushroom cap laid on white and dark paper; (photo upper half) cap removed after 24 hours showing pinkish-tan spore print. ...

 

ecology is saprophytic Image File history File links Saprophytic_ecology_icon. ... A saprotroph (or saprobe) is an organism that obtains its nutrients from non-living organic matter, usually dead and decaying plant or animal matter, by absorbing soluble organic compounds. ...

 

edibility: unknown Image File history File links Download high-resolution version (556x767, 42 KB) See en:Template:mycomorphbox File links The following pages on the English Wikipedia link to this file (pages on other projects are not listed): Amanita Marasmius Phallus indusiatus Template:Mycomorphbox User talk:Debivort/test Pine mushroom False death... These emerging mushrooms are too immature to safely identify as edible or toxic. ...

Phallus indusiatus (also called long net stinkhorn and veiled lady) is a stinkhorn fungus, eaten as a vegetable (known in English as "bamboo pith") in some cuisines of southern China, particularly that of the southwestern province of Yunnan. Genera Clathrus Mutinus Phallus Stinkhorns are a type of fungus which produce a foul-scented, rod-shaped mushroom. ... Divisions Chytridiomycota Zygomycota Glomeromycota Ascomycota Basidiomycota Deuteromycota Fungi (singular fungus) are a kingdom of eukaryotic organisms. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Yunnan cuisine is an amalgimation of Han and Chinese minority cuisines. ...


It is called zhu sheng (竹笙, pinyin: zhúshēng) or zhu sun (竹荪; pinyin: zhúsūn) in Chinese.


Synonyms

  • Dictyophora indusiata (Vent. ex Pers.) Desvaux 1809
  • Hymenophallus indusiatus (Vent.) Corda

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