Handb. Pur essendo un buon commestibile, viene spesso scartato dai cercatori per il suo colore molto inusuale che induce diffidenza. Mature specimens have a darker color and flatter cap; younger ones are lighter with more convex caps. NCBI taxonomy ID: 64652 Encyclopedia of Life ID: 21278 BioLib taxon ID: 60332 Global Biodiversity Information Facility ID: 2532282 MycoBank taxon name ID: 17943 Index Fungorum ID: 17943 New Zealand Organisms Register ID: 188e5743-00dc-4b25-aa07-054f13b9a938 ... Lepista nuda… Lepista nuda (Bull.) Some North American specimens are duller and tend toward tan, but usually have purplish tones on the stem and gills. Lepista nuda var. Nevertheless it has been cultivated in Britain, the Netherlands and France. Mordecai Cubitt Cooke moved this species it to the genus Lepista also in 1871, and so Tricholoma nuda and Lepista nuda are synonyms. 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. Lepista nuda (Bull.) Si presta molto bene alla coltivazione, ma in Italia è un fungo sconosciuto ai più. It is therefore important to cook wood blewits before eating, as consumption of raw specimens could lead to indigestion. Brominated compounds are unknown as metabolites from terrestrial fungi. 1790 Synonymy: Agaricus nudus Bull., Herbier de la … Il suo diametro che può arrivare a raggiungere i 15 centimetri. Gyrophila nuda (Fr.) Recording the wildlife of Leicestershire and Rutland. Wood blewits are generally regarded as a good edible, but they are known to cause allergic reactions in sensitive individuals. 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. montana Lepista irinoides Lepista martiorum Lepista multiformis Lepista nuda Lepista ovispora Lepista panaeola Lepista panaeolus Lepista paxilloides Lepista saeva Lepista cf. Sm., a genus in the family Tricholomataeae, was erected by Smith in 1870 and contains about 50 species (Kirk et al., 2008).A total of 12 Lepista species have been reported in China where they are widely distributed (Mao, 2000; Li et al., 2011).Some Lepista species are popular edible mushrooms in China, and these include Lepista nuda (Bull.) Dal latino nudus = nudo, per la cuticola del cappello liscia. Lepista nuda (Cooke, Handbook of British Fungi: 192, 1871) Cortinarius caesiocyaneus e Cortinarius variicolor (commestibili ma sconsigliati per la somiglianza con specie congeneri color viola non eduli oppure sospette) Cortinarius coerulescens e Cortinarius rufoolivaceus (non eduli, sospetti) nudum (Bull.) It is unclear whether these were metabolites or pollutants. This is particularly likely if the mushroom is consumed raw, though allergic reactions are known even from cooked blewits. Lepista W.G. NCBI taxonomy ID: 64659 Encyclopedia of Life ID: 195539 BioLib taxon ID: 60334 Global Biodiversity Information Facility ID: 5242048 ... Media in category "Lepista nuda" The following 86 files are in this category, out of 86 total. Sm., J. Tossico da crudo, va consumato solo dopo un'adeguata cottura. Agaricus nudus Bull. In gruppi numerosi (a volte nei cosiddetti "cerchi delle streghe"). [4] English naturalist James Bolton gave it the name Agaricus bulbosa—the bulbous agaric—in his An History of Fungusses growing about Halifax in 1791. Contiene trealosio, uno zucchero digeribile per la maggior parte della popolazione. Violetta, acquosa, elastica nel gambo, fragile nel cappello. . No Data Found for Scientific_Name containing Lepista nuda No Data was found that matches your request. Cortinarius nudus (Bull.) NCBI taxonomy ID: 64659 Encyclopedia of Life ID: 195539 BioLib taxon ID: 60334 Global Biodiversity Information Facility ID: 5242048 ... Media in category "Lepista nuda" The following 86 files are in this category, out of 86 total. A forma di goccia, con minute verruche, sono rosate in massa, 6,5-8,5 µm. Kumm., 1871: PlutoF Taxonomy synonym Lepista nudus (Bull.) Questa pagina è stata modificata per l'ultima volta il 28 ago 2020 alle 02:37. Toggle navigation Described by Pierre Bulliard in 1790, it was also known as Tricholoma nudum for many years. Rhodopaxillus nudus (Bull.) Capel fin a 15 cm, da lila a brun viòla, s-ciàirent a reusa lila con ël sech, carnos. Gamba àuta fin a 10 cm e larga fin a 3 cm, dël midem color, fibrilosa. Alvarado and colleagues declined to define the genera but proposed several options and highlighted the need for a wider analysis. Maire (1913) flaccida F_ring_2-1H Lepista glaucocana Lepista irina Lepista irina var. Wood blewits have a very distinctive odor, which has been likened by one author to that of frozen orange juice. 2002-12-28 Clitocybe nuda (Fr.) Kingdom Fungi ( 1FUNGK ) Phylum Basidiomycota ( 1BASIP ) Class Agaricomycotina ... Lepista nuda (LPSTNU) Lepista personata (LPSTSA) Lepista sordida (LPSTSO) Lepista sp. Lepista nuda, commonly known as the Blewit, is a lovely shade of light purple when young. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. [15], In Australia, male satin bowerbirds collect blue objects to decorate their bowers with. Lepista nuda (Pierre Bulliard, 1790 ex Mordecai Cubitt Cooke, 1871), sin. [10], The species is commonly known as the wood blewit. Bòrd spess. Nevertheless it has been cultivated in Britain, the Netherlands and France. Cooke, M.C. Bot., London 8: 248 (1870). Il genere Lepista comprende diverse specie di funghi che una volta erano ascritti al genere Clitocybe . Proprio per la presenza del trealosio, se ne consiglia un consumo molto moderato la prima volta per aver modo di verificare possibili sensibilità individuali e allergie. Description: Clitocybe nuda, commonly known as the wood blewit and alternately described as Lepista nuda, is an edible mushroom native to Europe and North America.Described by Pierre Bulliard in 1790, it was also known as Tricholoma nudum for many years. Lepista nuda 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. [13], "A Mushroom Cave in France That'll Make You Feel Like You're Shrooming", "Clitocybe nuda / Lepista nuda: The Blewit", Clitocybe nuda - Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month for November 1998, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Clitocybe_nuda&oldid=980688783, Wikipedia articles needing page number citations from January 2018, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 27 September 2020, at 21:56. Lepista nuda, the Wood Blewit, occurs in similar habitats; it is a more common species and has a violet-tinged cap. Rick (1961). [12], Wood blewits can be confused with certain purple species of the genus Cortinarius, including the uncommon C. camphoratus,[13] many of which may be poisonous. Lepista nuda var. To complicate matters, the wood blewit is not closely related to the type species of Lepista, L. densifolia. Tricholoma personatum var. Mnemonic i-Taxon identifier i: 64659: Scientific name i: Lepista nuda: Taxonomy navigation › Lepista. Singer, Lilloa 22: 193 (1951) [MB#117209] Carn violëtta con odor vitaminà. [5], German mycologist Paul Kummer placed it in the genus Tricholoma in 1871,[6] the same year that English botanist Mordecai Cubitt Cooke placed it in Lepista. Cooke called it the amethyst lepista,[7] John Sibthorp called it the blue-gilled agaric in his 1794 work Flora Oxoniensis. Cooke, Handbook of British Fungi: 192 (1871) Sanctioning author: Fr. 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. Soil analysis of soil containing mycelium from a wood blewit fairy ring under Norway spruce (Picea abies) and Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) in southeast Sweden yielded fourteen halogenated low molecular weight organic compounds, three of which were brominated and the others chlorinated. flaccida F_ring_2-1H Lepista glaucocana Lepista irina Lepista irina var. [11], This mushroom can range from lilac to purple-pink. 2002-12-28 Clitocybe nuda (Fr.) https://it.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Lepista_nuda&oldid=115179241, licenza Creative Commons Attribuzione-Condividi allo stesso modo. Described by Pierre Bulliard in 1790, it was also known as Tricholoma nudum for many years. [13], The wood blewit has been cultivated in Britain, the Netherlands and France. glaucocana (Bres.) The French mycologist Pierre Bulliard described the wood blewit in his work Herbier de la France in 1790 as Agaricus nudus, reporting that it was common in the woods all year. Lepista nuda (Bull.) [19][page needed] Cultivated wood blewits are said not to taste as good as wild wood blewits. The wood blewit is found in Europe and North America and is becoming more common in Australia, where it appears to have been introduced. Dal (nuovo) Tutto Funghi, Scheda 73, Pag. [13], Wood blewits can be preserved in olive oil or white vinegar after blanching. Mordecai Cubitt Cooke moved this species it to the genus Lepista also in 1871, and so Tricholoma nuda and Lepista nuda are synonyms. Lepista nuda (Bull.) Lepista nuda , Forum Natura Mediterraneo, forum micologico, forum funghi, foto funghi, forum animali, forum piante, forum biologia marina, schede didattiche su piante animali e funghi del mediterraneo, macrofotografia, orchidee, forum botanico, botanica, itinerari Gyrophila nuda var. Nevertheless, it has been cultivated in Britain, the Netherlands and France. In Australia it has developed a relationship with some eucalyptus species and gorse; with an entirely different growth pattern and differs slightly in appearance to its European Lepista Nuda cousins. H.E. The University of Florida Herbarium is a unit of the Department of Natural History of the Florida Museum of Natural History. Le lamelle sono fitte e di color viola che tendono a sbiadirsi leggermente con l’invecchiamento del fungo. [17] They can also be cooked like tripe or as omelette filling, and also make good stewing mushrooms. Knudsen, H. & Vesterholt, J. Moirs Jelly Recipes, Salmorejo Recipe Guardian, Lower Hutt City Sofascore, Cricket Bat Sale Clearance, Sample Medical Office Manager Contract, Spider-verse Reading Order, " /> Handb. Pur essendo un buon commestibile, viene spesso scartato dai cercatori per il suo colore molto inusuale che induce diffidenza. Mature specimens have a darker color and flatter cap; younger ones are lighter with more convex caps. NCBI taxonomy ID: 64652 Encyclopedia of Life ID: 21278 BioLib taxon ID: 60332 Global Biodiversity Information Facility ID: 2532282 MycoBank taxon name ID: 17943 Index Fungorum ID: 17943 New Zealand Organisms Register ID: 188e5743-00dc-4b25-aa07-054f13b9a938 ... Lepista nuda… Lepista nuda (Bull.) Some North American specimens are duller and tend toward tan, but usually have purplish tones on the stem and gills. Lepista nuda var. Nevertheless it has been cultivated in Britain, the Netherlands and France. Mordecai Cubitt Cooke moved this species it to the genus Lepista also in 1871, and so Tricholoma nuda and Lepista nuda are synonyms. 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. Lepista nuda (Bull.) Si presta molto bene alla coltivazione, ma in Italia è un fungo sconosciuto ai più. It is therefore important to cook wood blewits before eating, as consumption of raw specimens could lead to indigestion. Brominated compounds are unknown as metabolites from terrestrial fungi. 1790 Synonymy: Agaricus nudus Bull., Herbier de la … Il suo diametro che può arrivare a raggiungere i 15 centimetri. Gyrophila nuda (Fr.) Recording the wildlife of Leicestershire and Rutland. Wood blewits are generally regarded as a good edible, but they are known to cause allergic reactions in sensitive individuals. 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. montana Lepista irinoides Lepista martiorum Lepista multiformis Lepista nuda Lepista ovispora Lepista panaeola Lepista panaeolus Lepista paxilloides Lepista saeva Lepista cf. Sm., a genus in the family Tricholomataeae, was erected by Smith in 1870 and contains about 50 species (Kirk et al., 2008).A total of 12 Lepista species have been reported in China where they are widely distributed (Mao, 2000; Li et al., 2011).Some Lepista species are popular edible mushrooms in China, and these include Lepista nuda (Bull.) Dal latino nudus = nudo, per la cuticola del cappello liscia. Lepista nuda (Cooke, Handbook of British Fungi: 192, 1871) Cortinarius caesiocyaneus e Cortinarius variicolor (commestibili ma sconsigliati per la somiglianza con specie congeneri color viola non eduli oppure sospette) Cortinarius coerulescens e Cortinarius rufoolivaceus (non eduli, sospetti) nudum (Bull.) It is unclear whether these were metabolites or pollutants. This is particularly likely if the mushroom is consumed raw, though allergic reactions are known even from cooked blewits. Lepista W.G. NCBI taxonomy ID: 64659 Encyclopedia of Life ID: 195539 BioLib taxon ID: 60334 Global Biodiversity Information Facility ID: 5242048 ... Media in category "Lepista nuda" The following 86 files are in this category, out of 86 total. Sm., J. Tossico da crudo, va consumato solo dopo un'adeguata cottura. Agaricus nudus Bull. In gruppi numerosi (a volte nei cosiddetti "cerchi delle streghe"). [4] English naturalist James Bolton gave it the name Agaricus bulbosa—the bulbous agaric—in his An History of Fungusses growing about Halifax in 1791. Contiene trealosio, uno zucchero digeribile per la maggior parte della popolazione. Violetta, acquosa, elastica nel gambo, fragile nel cappello. . No Data Found for Scientific_Name containing Lepista nuda No Data was found that matches your request. Cortinarius nudus (Bull.) NCBI taxonomy ID: 64659 Encyclopedia of Life ID: 195539 BioLib taxon ID: 60334 Global Biodiversity Information Facility ID: 5242048 ... Media in category "Lepista nuda" The following 86 files are in this category, out of 86 total. A forma di goccia, con minute verruche, sono rosate in massa, 6,5-8,5 µm. Kumm., 1871: PlutoF Taxonomy synonym Lepista nudus (Bull.) Questa pagina è stata modificata per l'ultima volta il 28 ago 2020 alle 02:37. Toggle navigation Described by Pierre Bulliard in 1790, it was also known as Tricholoma nudum for many years. Rhodopaxillus nudus (Bull.) Capel fin a 15 cm, da lila a brun viòla, s-ciàirent a reusa lila con ël sech, carnos. Gamba àuta fin a 10 cm e larga fin a 3 cm, dël midem color, fibrilosa. Alvarado and colleagues declined to define the genera but proposed several options and highlighted the need for a wider analysis. Maire (1913) flaccida F_ring_2-1H Lepista glaucocana Lepista irina Lepista irina var. Wood blewits have a very distinctive odor, which has been likened by one author to that of frozen orange juice. 2002-12-28 Clitocybe nuda (Fr.) Kingdom Fungi ( 1FUNGK ) Phylum Basidiomycota ( 1BASIP ) Class Agaricomycotina ... Lepista nuda (LPSTNU) Lepista personata (LPSTSA) Lepista sordida (LPSTSO) Lepista sp. Lepista nuda, commonly known as the Blewit, is a lovely shade of light purple when young. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. [15], In Australia, male satin bowerbirds collect blue objects to decorate their bowers with. Lepista nuda (Pierre Bulliard, 1790 ex Mordecai Cubitt Cooke, 1871), sin. [10], The species is commonly known as the wood blewit. Bòrd spess. Nevertheless it has been cultivated in Britain, the Netherlands and France. Cooke, M.C. Bot., London 8: 248 (1870). Il genere Lepista comprende diverse specie di funghi che una volta erano ascritti al genere Clitocybe . Proprio per la presenza del trealosio, se ne consiglia un consumo molto moderato la prima volta per aver modo di verificare possibili sensibilità individuali e allergie. Description: Clitocybe nuda, commonly known as the wood blewit and alternately described as Lepista nuda, is an edible mushroom native to Europe and North America.Described by Pierre Bulliard in 1790, it was also known as Tricholoma nudum for many years. Lepista nuda 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. [13], "A Mushroom Cave in France That'll Make You Feel Like You're Shrooming", "Clitocybe nuda / Lepista nuda: The Blewit", Clitocybe nuda - Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month for November 1998, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Clitocybe_nuda&oldid=980688783, Wikipedia articles needing page number citations from January 2018, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 27 September 2020, at 21:56. Lepista nuda, the Wood Blewit, occurs in similar habitats; it is a more common species and has a violet-tinged cap. Rick (1961). [12], Wood blewits can be confused with certain purple species of the genus Cortinarius, including the uncommon C. camphoratus,[13] many of which may be poisonous. Lepista nuda var. To complicate matters, the wood blewit is not closely related to the type species of Lepista, L. densifolia. Tricholoma personatum var. Mnemonic i-Taxon identifier i: 64659: Scientific name i: Lepista nuda: Taxonomy navigation › Lepista. Singer, Lilloa 22: 193 (1951) [MB#117209] Carn violëtta con odor vitaminà. [5], German mycologist Paul Kummer placed it in the genus Tricholoma in 1871,[6] the same year that English botanist Mordecai Cubitt Cooke placed it in Lepista. Cooke called it the amethyst lepista,[7] John Sibthorp called it the blue-gilled agaric in his 1794 work Flora Oxoniensis. Cooke, Handbook of British Fungi: 192 (1871) Sanctioning author: Fr. 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. Soil analysis of soil containing mycelium from a wood blewit fairy ring under Norway spruce (Picea abies) and Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) in southeast Sweden yielded fourteen halogenated low molecular weight organic compounds, three of which were brominated and the others chlorinated. flaccida F_ring_2-1H Lepista glaucocana Lepista irina Lepista irina var. [11], This mushroom can range from lilac to purple-pink. 2002-12-28 Clitocybe nuda (Fr.) https://it.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Lepista_nuda&oldid=115179241, licenza Creative Commons Attribuzione-Condividi allo stesso modo. Described by Pierre Bulliard in 1790, it was also known as Tricholoma nudum for many years. [13], The wood blewit has been cultivated in Britain, the Netherlands and France. glaucocana (Bres.) The French mycologist Pierre Bulliard described the wood blewit in his work Herbier de la France in 1790 as Agaricus nudus, reporting that it was common in the woods all year. Lepista nuda (Bull.) [19][page needed] Cultivated wood blewits are said not to taste as good as wild wood blewits. The wood blewit is found in Europe and North America and is becoming more common in Australia, where it appears to have been introduced. Dal (nuovo) Tutto Funghi, Scheda 73, Pag. [13], Wood blewits can be preserved in olive oil or white vinegar after blanching. Mordecai Cubitt Cooke moved this species it to the genus Lepista also in 1871, and so Tricholoma nuda and Lepista nuda are synonyms. Lepista nuda (Bull.) Lepista nuda , Forum Natura Mediterraneo, forum micologico, forum funghi, foto funghi, forum animali, forum piante, forum biologia marina, schede didattiche su piante animali e funghi del mediterraneo, macrofotografia, orchidee, forum botanico, botanica, itinerari Gyrophila nuda var. Nevertheless, it has been cultivated in Britain, the Netherlands and France. In Australia it has developed a relationship with some eucalyptus species and gorse; with an entirely different growth pattern and differs slightly in appearance to its European Lepista Nuda cousins. H.E. The University of Florida Herbarium is a unit of the Department of Natural History of the Florida Museum of Natural History. Le lamelle sono fitte e di color viola che tendono a sbiadirsi leggermente con l’invecchiamento del fungo. [17] They can also be cooked like tripe or as omelette filling, and also make good stewing mushrooms. Knudsen, H. & Vesterholt, J. Moirs Jelly Recipes, Salmorejo Recipe Guardian, Lower Hutt City Sofascore, Cricket Bat Sale Clearance, Sample Medical Office Manager Contract, Spider-verse Reading Order, " /> Handb. Pur essendo un buon commestibile, viene spesso scartato dai cercatori per il suo colore molto inusuale che induce diffidenza. Mature specimens have a darker color and flatter cap; younger ones are lighter with more convex caps. NCBI taxonomy ID: 64652 Encyclopedia of Life ID: 21278 BioLib taxon ID: 60332 Global Biodiversity Information Facility ID: 2532282 MycoBank taxon name ID: 17943 Index Fungorum ID: 17943 New Zealand Organisms Register ID: 188e5743-00dc-4b25-aa07-054f13b9a938 ... Lepista nuda… Lepista nuda (Bull.) Some North American specimens are duller and tend toward tan, but usually have purplish tones on the stem and gills. Lepista nuda var. Nevertheless it has been cultivated in Britain, the Netherlands and France. Mordecai Cubitt Cooke moved this species it to the genus Lepista also in 1871, and so Tricholoma nuda and Lepista nuda are synonyms. 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. Lepista nuda (Bull.) Si presta molto bene alla coltivazione, ma in Italia è un fungo sconosciuto ai più. It is therefore important to cook wood blewits before eating, as consumption of raw specimens could lead to indigestion. Brominated compounds are unknown as metabolites from terrestrial fungi. 1790 Synonymy: Agaricus nudus Bull., Herbier de la … Il suo diametro che può arrivare a raggiungere i 15 centimetri. Gyrophila nuda (Fr.) Recording the wildlife of Leicestershire and Rutland. Wood blewits are generally regarded as a good edible, but they are known to cause allergic reactions in sensitive individuals. 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. montana Lepista irinoides Lepista martiorum Lepista multiformis Lepista nuda Lepista ovispora Lepista panaeola Lepista panaeolus Lepista paxilloides Lepista saeva Lepista cf. Sm., a genus in the family Tricholomataeae, was erected by Smith in 1870 and contains about 50 species (Kirk et al., 2008).A total of 12 Lepista species have been reported in China where they are widely distributed (Mao, 2000; Li et al., 2011).Some Lepista species are popular edible mushrooms in China, and these include Lepista nuda (Bull.) Dal latino nudus = nudo, per la cuticola del cappello liscia. Lepista nuda (Cooke, Handbook of British Fungi: 192, 1871) Cortinarius caesiocyaneus e Cortinarius variicolor (commestibili ma sconsigliati per la somiglianza con specie congeneri color viola non eduli oppure sospette) Cortinarius coerulescens e Cortinarius rufoolivaceus (non eduli, sospetti) nudum (Bull.) It is unclear whether these were metabolites or pollutants. This is particularly likely if the mushroom is consumed raw, though allergic reactions are known even from cooked blewits. Lepista W.G. NCBI taxonomy ID: 64659 Encyclopedia of Life ID: 195539 BioLib taxon ID: 60334 Global Biodiversity Information Facility ID: 5242048 ... Media in category "Lepista nuda" The following 86 files are in this category, out of 86 total. Sm., J. Tossico da crudo, va consumato solo dopo un'adeguata cottura. Agaricus nudus Bull. In gruppi numerosi (a volte nei cosiddetti "cerchi delle streghe"). [4] English naturalist James Bolton gave it the name Agaricus bulbosa—the bulbous agaric—in his An History of Fungusses growing about Halifax in 1791. Contiene trealosio, uno zucchero digeribile per la maggior parte della popolazione. Violetta, acquosa, elastica nel gambo, fragile nel cappello. . No Data Found for Scientific_Name containing Lepista nuda No Data was found that matches your request. Cortinarius nudus (Bull.) NCBI taxonomy ID: 64659 Encyclopedia of Life ID: 195539 BioLib taxon ID: 60334 Global Biodiversity Information Facility ID: 5242048 ... Media in category "Lepista nuda" The following 86 files are in this category, out of 86 total. A forma di goccia, con minute verruche, sono rosate in massa, 6,5-8,5 µm. Kumm., 1871: PlutoF Taxonomy synonym Lepista nudus (Bull.) Questa pagina è stata modificata per l'ultima volta il 28 ago 2020 alle 02:37. Toggle navigation Described by Pierre Bulliard in 1790, it was also known as Tricholoma nudum for many years. Rhodopaxillus nudus (Bull.) Capel fin a 15 cm, da lila a brun viòla, s-ciàirent a reusa lila con ël sech, carnos. Gamba àuta fin a 10 cm e larga fin a 3 cm, dël midem color, fibrilosa. Alvarado and colleagues declined to define the genera but proposed several options and highlighted the need for a wider analysis. Maire (1913) flaccida F_ring_2-1H Lepista glaucocana Lepista irina Lepista irina var. Wood blewits have a very distinctive odor, which has been likened by one author to that of frozen orange juice. 2002-12-28 Clitocybe nuda (Fr.) Kingdom Fungi ( 1FUNGK ) Phylum Basidiomycota ( 1BASIP ) Class Agaricomycotina ... Lepista nuda (LPSTNU) Lepista personata (LPSTSA) Lepista sordida (LPSTSO) Lepista sp. Lepista nuda, commonly known as the Blewit, is a lovely shade of light purple when young. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. [15], In Australia, male satin bowerbirds collect blue objects to decorate their bowers with. Lepista nuda (Pierre Bulliard, 1790 ex Mordecai Cubitt Cooke, 1871), sin. [10], The species is commonly known as the wood blewit. Bòrd spess. Nevertheless it has been cultivated in Britain, the Netherlands and France. Cooke, M.C. Bot., London 8: 248 (1870). Il genere Lepista comprende diverse specie di funghi che una volta erano ascritti al genere Clitocybe . Proprio per la presenza del trealosio, se ne consiglia un consumo molto moderato la prima volta per aver modo di verificare possibili sensibilità individuali e allergie. Description: Clitocybe nuda, commonly known as the wood blewit and alternately described as Lepista nuda, is an edible mushroom native to Europe and North America.Described by Pierre Bulliard in 1790, it was also known as Tricholoma nudum for many years. Lepista nuda 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. [13], "A Mushroom Cave in France That'll Make You Feel Like You're Shrooming", "Clitocybe nuda / Lepista nuda: The Blewit", Clitocybe nuda - Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month for November 1998, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Clitocybe_nuda&oldid=980688783, Wikipedia articles needing page number citations from January 2018, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 27 September 2020, at 21:56. Lepista nuda, the Wood Blewit, occurs in similar habitats; it is a more common species and has a violet-tinged cap. Rick (1961). [12], Wood blewits can be confused with certain purple species of the genus Cortinarius, including the uncommon C. camphoratus,[13] many of which may be poisonous. Lepista nuda var. To complicate matters, the wood blewit is not closely related to the type species of Lepista, L. densifolia. Tricholoma personatum var. Mnemonic i-Taxon identifier i: 64659: Scientific name i: Lepista nuda: Taxonomy navigation › Lepista. Singer, Lilloa 22: 193 (1951) [MB#117209] Carn violëtta con odor vitaminà. [5], German mycologist Paul Kummer placed it in the genus Tricholoma in 1871,[6] the same year that English botanist Mordecai Cubitt Cooke placed it in Lepista. Cooke called it the amethyst lepista,[7] John Sibthorp called it the blue-gilled agaric in his 1794 work Flora Oxoniensis. Cooke, Handbook of British Fungi: 192 (1871) Sanctioning author: Fr. 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. Soil analysis of soil containing mycelium from a wood blewit fairy ring under Norway spruce (Picea abies) and Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) in southeast Sweden yielded fourteen halogenated low molecular weight organic compounds, three of which were brominated and the others chlorinated. flaccida F_ring_2-1H Lepista glaucocana Lepista irina Lepista irina var. [11], This mushroom can range from lilac to purple-pink. 2002-12-28 Clitocybe nuda (Fr.) https://it.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Lepista_nuda&oldid=115179241, licenza Creative Commons Attribuzione-Condividi allo stesso modo. Described by Pierre Bulliard in 1790, it was also known as Tricholoma nudum for many years. [13], The wood blewit has been cultivated in Britain, the Netherlands and France. glaucocana (Bres.) The French mycologist Pierre Bulliard described the wood blewit in his work Herbier de la France in 1790 as Agaricus nudus, reporting that it was common in the woods all year. Lepista nuda (Bull.) [19][page needed] Cultivated wood blewits are said not to taste as good as wild wood blewits. The wood blewit is found in Europe and North America and is becoming more common in Australia, where it appears to have been introduced. Dal (nuovo) Tutto Funghi, Scheda 73, Pag. [13], Wood blewits can be preserved in olive oil or white vinegar after blanching. Mordecai Cubitt Cooke moved this species it to the genus Lepista also in 1871, and so Tricholoma nuda and Lepista nuda are synonyms. Lepista nuda (Bull.) Lepista nuda , Forum Natura Mediterraneo, forum micologico, forum funghi, foto funghi, forum animali, forum piante, forum biologia marina, schede didattiche su piante animali e funghi del mediterraneo, macrofotografia, orchidee, forum botanico, botanica, itinerari Gyrophila nuda var. Nevertheless, it has been cultivated in Britain, the Netherlands and France. In Australia it has developed a relationship with some eucalyptus species and gorse; with an entirely different growth pattern and differs slightly in appearance to its European Lepista Nuda cousins. H.E. The University of Florida Herbarium is a unit of the Department of Natural History of the Florida Museum of Natural History. Le lamelle sono fitte e di color viola che tendono a sbiadirsi leggermente con l’invecchiamento del fungo. 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