Mycena flavescens Velen.
(a bonnet)

Taxonomic hierarchy:
SpeciesMycena flavescens (a bonnet)
GenusMycena (a genus of bonnet toadstools)
FamilyMYCENACEAE (bonnt toadstools and their allies)
OrderAGARICALES (mushrooms and toadstools)
ClassAGARICOMYCETES (a class of fungi)
SubphylumAGARICOMYCOTINA
PhylumBASIDIOMYCOTA (spore droppers)
KingdomFUNGI (true fungi)
DomainEukaryota (eukaryotes)
LifeBIOTA (living things)
Records of Mycena flavescens (a bonnet) :
1: Mycena flavescens (a bonnet)
6 Oct 1980 OSGR: SU26 51° 20' N, 1° 40' W Vice County: North Wilts (VC 7) England
Image 1: CollectionImage 2: Fruitbodies - side view - lain downImage 3: Fruitbody - side view - lain downImage 4: Caps - oblique view - in situ - enlargedImage 5: Caps - oblique view - in situ - enlarged (2)Image 6: Fruitbodies - oblique view - in situ - enlargedImage 7: Fruitbody - yong - side view - in situ - enlargedImage 8: Gils an stipe apex - close-up - enlargedImage 9: Cap cuticle (slightly diagrammatic) - magnifiedImage 10: Cheilocystidia - magnifiedImage 11: Cheilocystidium - surface - highly magnifiedImage 12: Pleurocystidia - magnifiedImage 13: Spores - highly magnifiedImage 14: DescriptionImage 15: Description - contd

Mycena flavescens (a bonnet) may be covered by identification literature listed under the following higher taxa:

BioInfoBioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 5 host/parasite/foodplant and/or other relationships for Mycena flavescens (a bonnet)
A yellowish grey bonnet toadstool with a yellow gill edge. It is quite common in frondose woodland, especially Beech (Fagus), frequent in grassland, but less common under conifers.
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