Exploring a Variety of Mushroom Species: Part 11

  1. Paddy Straw:
  • Scientific Name: Volvariella volvacea
  • Commonly known as straw mushroom or paddy straw mushroom.
  • Edible mushroom cultivated in Southeast Asia.
  • Grows in straw and has a delicate flavor.
  • Rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals.
  • Chart Category: Edibility – Edible
  1. Panellus Bio:
  • Scientific Name: Panellus serotinus
  • Commonly known as late fall oyster or velvet foot.
  • Found in Europe and North America.
  • Grows on decaying wood, particularly oaks.
  • Has a distinct fan-shaped cap with a velvety texture.
  • Chart Category: Habitat – Decaying wood
  1. Parasol Mushroom:
  • Scientific Name: Macrolepiota procera
  • Large mushroom with a distinctive umbrella-shaped cap.
  • Commonly found in grasslands and open areas.
  • Edible mushroom, but caution is advised as it can be confused with toxic species.
  • Chart Category: Edibility – Edible with caution
  1. Pathfinder Oyster:
  • Scientific Name: Pleurotus ostreatus
  • Commonly known as oyster mushroom.
  • Grows on decaying wood, particularly hardwoods.
  • Edible and widely cultivated for its culinary uses.
  • Has a delicate flavor and a soft, oyster-like texture.
  • Chart Category: Edibility – Edible
  1. Pearl Sawgill:
  • Scientific Name: Neolentinus lepideus
  • Commonly known as the train wrecker or sawgill mushroom.
  • Found in North America and Europe.
  • Grows on decaying wood, including hardwoods.
  • Possesses unique white, scaly caps and gills.
  • Chart Category: Habitat – Decaying wood
  1. Pestalotiopsis Microspora:
  • Scientific Name: Pestalotiopsis microspora
  • Fungus known for its ability to break down polyurethane.
  • Found in soil, air, and various plant hosts.
  • Used in bioremediation and potentially for recycling plastics.
  • Chart Category: Application – Bioremediation, plastic recycling
  1. Pheasant Back Mushroom:
  • Scientific Name: Cerioporus squamosus
  • Commonly known as the dryad’s saddle or hawk’s wing.
  • Found in North America and Europe.
  • Grows on decaying wood, particularly deciduous trees.
  • Features a distinctive pattern resembling pheasant feathers on its cap.
  • Chart Category: Habitat – Decaying wood
  1. Phellinus Linteus:
  • Scientific Name: Phellinus linteus
  • Medicinal mushroom also known as meshima or songgen.
  • Used in traditional medicine for various health benefits.
  • Grows on hardwood trees, particularly mulberry.
  • Contains bioactive compounds with potential anticancer properties.
  • Chart Category: Application – Medicinal
  1. Phoenix Oyster:
  • Scientific Name: Pleurotus pulmonarius
  • Similar to the oyster mushroom but with a paler cap.
  • Edible and popular in culinary dishes.
  • Thrives in warm climates and is less sensitive to temperature than other oyster mushrooms.
  • Chart Category: Edibility – Edible
  1. Pioppino Black Poplar Mushroom:
  • Scientific Name: Agrocybe aegerita
  • Commonly known as pioppino or black poplar mushroom.
  • Grows on decaying wood, particularly poplar and willow.

– Has a mild, nutty flavor and firm texture.

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