Wine cape mushroom -spore spot
Wine Cap mushrooms are medium to large in size with caps averaging 6-13 centimeters in diameter and are attached to long, thick stems. As the mushroom matures, the smooth cap detaches from the stem, flattens out becoming dry and cracked, and transitions to a yellow-brown. Underneath the cap, the attached, crowded gills begin pale and become grey to purple, and a partial veil covers the gills when young, breaking when mature leaving a wrinkled ring or annulus around the stem.
botanically classified as Stropharia rugoso-annulata, are an easily identified, edible variety that is a member of the Strophariaceae family. Also known as Stroph, King Stropharia, and Garden Giants, Wine Cap mushrooms are commonly consumed when the caps are young and display their deep, red wine hues. If left to mature, these mushrooms can grow rather large and weigh up to five pounds, earning it the nickname the Godzilla mushroom.
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