• M. H. Zoberi


The fruit bodies of this genus are frequently encountered growing on rich soil in most tropical countries. Cap scaly, epicutis consisting of a palisade of erect hyphae on the disc; gills usually becoming green, quite free and remote from the stipe; spore-print of various shades of green, or more rarely colonial buff; spores smooth with thick, complex wall which stains with cresyl blue, with a broad germ pore, large; cystidia absent; cheilocystidia present; hymenophoral trama almost regular; stipe long, bulbous at the base, but without a volva, the upper part of the stipe has a movable annulus which is tightly attached to the stem in young and fresh specimens but becomes free on drying; context becomes reddish on bruising, containing a poison; hyphae non-amyloid, without clamp-connections.


Ferrous Sulphate Pure White Germ Pore Cresyl Blue Complex Wall 
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© M. H. Zoberi 1972

Authors and Affiliations

  • M. H. Zoberi
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  1. 1.Department of Biological SciencesUniversity of IfeIle-IfeNigeria

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