Honey mushrooms, Armillaria mellea

Honey mushrooms, Armillaria mellea

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Caption: Honey mushroom. Cluster of mushrooms known as the Honey fungus Armillaria mellea (Armillariella mellea). The cap of this mushroom is flesh or honey- coloured, crowded with hairy scales. The stem is of varying height. Armillaria mellea grows in large tufts or clusters on wood, particularly on pine trees, and may also attack and kill trees. The caps of young specimens are edible. Photographed in Ashland County, Ohio, USA.

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Keywords: armillaria, armillaria mellea, armillariella mellea, edible, edible mushroom, eumycota, fungal, fungi, fungus, honey fungus, mushroom, mycology, nature, type

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