Cooke, Handbook of British fungi 1: 192 (1871) [MB#356735] Un pissacan: la Lepista nuda Descrission. A young male was reported to have collected wood blewits to this end near Braidwood in southern New South Wales.[16]. Cooke Lepista nuda (Fr.) Nevertheless, it has been cultivated in Britain, the Netherlands and France. In 1871 the wood blewit was transferred by German mycologist Paul Kummer into the genus Tricholoma. Vivamente sconsigliato ai meno esperti, in quanto facilmente confondibile con alcune specie tossiche o sospette del genere Cortinarius. Sm., Brittonia 21: 168 (1969) Lepista nuda var. It is found in both coniferous and deciduous woodlands. [19][page needed] Cultivated wood blewits are said not to taste as good as wild wood blewits. Rhodopaxillus nudus (Bull.) Capel fin a 15 cm, da lila a brun viòla, s-ciàirent a reusa lila con ël sech, carnos. Summary 2 Clitocybe nuda (also recognized as Lepista nuda and Tricholoma nudum, commonly known as the wood blewit or blue stalk mushroom), is an edible mushroom, found in both coniferous and deciduous woodlands.It is a fairly distinctive mushroom that is widely eaten, though there is some caution about edibility. Described by Pierre Bulliard in 1790, it was also known as Tricholoma nudum for many years. Lepista nuda, the Wood Blewit, occurs in similar habitats; it is a more common species and has a violet-tinged cap. Species: Lepista nuda Date: 2020-07-03 State: New South Wales Data resource: iNaturalist Australia Basis of record: Human observation Catalogue number: Observations:56020203 View record. Unfortunately, it quickly fades to tan, making it difficult to ID. Fitte, arrotondate al gambo, adnato-uncinate, intervallate da lamellule, violette e facilmente asportabili, caratteristica, quest'ultima, comune a tutto il genere Lepista. Culinary notes Although generally considered edible (but inferior to Wood Blewits and Field Blewits), the Flowery Blewit can upset some stomachs. W.G. Agaricus nudus Bull. Maire (1913) Bigelow & A.H. by Michael Kuo. [9] Hence the wood blewit is classified as either Lepista nuda or Clitocybe nuda. Gyrophila nuda var. Lepista nuda var. [10], A 2015 genetic study found that the genera Collybia and Lepista were closely related to the core clade of Clitocybe, but that all three were polyphyletic, with many members in lineages removed from other members of the same genus and instead more closely related to the other two. flaccida F_ring_2-1H Lepista glaucocana Lepista irina Lepista irina var. He added that the first variety was often confused with Cortinarius violaceus, though it has a "nude" cap and no spidery web veil unlike the other species. Bòrd spess. The University of Florida Herbarium is a unit of the Department of Natural History of the Florida Museum of Natural History. NatureSpot. Tendenzialmente tozzo, alto 50–80 mm per 10–15 mm di diametro, violetto, consistente ed ornato da fibrille e pruina di colore lilla chiaro, più o meno ingrossato alla base che porta parti del micelio e abbondanti frammenti del substrato del sottobosco. Wood blewits have a very distinctive odor, which has been likened by one author to that of frozen orange juice. Taxonomy - Lepista nuda (SPECIES) ))) Map to UniProtKB (14) Unreviewed (14) TrEMBL. Clitocybe nuda, commonly known as the wood blewit[2][3] and alternately described as Lepista nuda, is an edible mushroom native to Europe and North America. Knudsen, H. & Vesterholt, J. [7] It was known by these names for many years, with some authors accepting Lepista and while others retained the wood blewit in Tricholoma. Toggle navigation Quél., Enchiridion Fungorum in Europa media et praesertim in Gallia Vigentium: 17 (1886) [MB#507633] 3. flaccida F_ring_2-1H Lepista glaucocana Lepista irina Lepista irina var. In genere tutte le Lepista hanno la caratteristica di inglobare il substrato di crescita alla base del gambo ma L. nuda ne ingloba almeno il doppio, se non di più, rispetto alle altre specie. Cooke, 1871: PlutoF Taxonomy Synonyms Source Lepista nudum (Bull.) [15], In Australia, male satin bowerbirds collect blue objects to decorate their bowers with. No Data Found for Scientific_Name containing Lepista nuda No Data was found that matches your request. Mnemonic i-Taxon identifier i: 64659: Scientific name i: Lepista nuda: Taxonomy navigation › Lepista. Cooke, M.C. Cortinarius nudus (Bull.) Indice Clitocybe nuda, commonly known as the wood blewit and alternately described as Lepista nuda, is an edible mushroom native to Europe and North America. This is particularly likely if the mushroom is consumed raw, though allergic reactions are known even from cooked blewits. He noted that it was rare in the region, though had found some in Ovenden. Clitocybe nuda [Basidiomycetes > Agaricales > Tricholomataceae > Clitocybe...]by Michael Kuo. montana Lepista irinoides Lepista martiorum Lepista multiformis Lepista nuda Lepista ovispora Lepista panaeola Lepista panaeolus Lepista paxilloides Lepista saeva Lepista cf. Described by Pierre Bulliard in 1790, it was also known as Tricholoma nudum for many years. saeva Lepista … Le suindicate specie di Cortinarius sono riconoscibili grazie al colore delle spore (color "ocra" in massa e non rosa), ai residui di cortina spesso presenti sul gambo nonché all'odore che spesso è rafanoide nei Cortinari. P. Originally described in 1790 and named Agaricus nudus by the French mycolgist Jean Baptiste Francois Pierre Bulliard, in 1871 the Wood Blewit was transferred by German mycologist Paul Kummer into the genus Tricholoma.