Strobilurus tenacellus

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Strobilurus esculentus
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Syn.: Collybia conigena
English names: Pine-cone Toadstool, Pinecone Cap
Deutsche Name: Bitterer Kiefern-Zapfenrübling

Agrā pavasarī bieži sastopama maza lapiņsēne, kura aug ārā no kritušiem priežu čiekuriem. Ēdama, uzreiz cepama, taču ir tik sīka, ka parasti nav vērts vākt.

The diameter of its cap rarely exceeds 2 cm. Spore powder is creamy-colored. It grows abundantly on fallen pine cones, often several fruit-bodies on a single cone. It is one of the first tiny mushrooms to appear in the early spring, just after the snow has melted away (growing season lasts from November to April). It is very common in Latvia. One can fry it without boiling. However, the fruit-bodies are so small that usually it does not make sense to collect them.

Though the cap of Pine-cone Toadstool is always brown, the exact shade may vary considerably.
Priežu čiekursēnes cepurīte vienmēr ir brūna, taču krāsas tonis var variēt diezgan plašās robežas.

The diameter of Pine-cone Toadstool's cap is similar to that of a pine cone.
Priežu čiekursēnei cepurītes diametrs ir aptuveni tāds kā priedes čiekuram.

stipe and underside kāts un apakšpuse

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