Paxillus with black foot
The Paxille with black foot ( Paxillus atrotomentosus , become Tapinella atrotomentosa ) is a Champignon Basidiomycète of the family of the Hygrophoropsidaceae (what brings it closer to the Fausse girolle), in the order of the Boletales.
The name of the species is drawn from the Latin ater, atrum meaning " black mat" (in opposition to Niger ) and tomentosus , i.e. " tomenteux" , " velu" , in reference to the aspect characteristic of its foot.
- Hat 5 to 15 cm or more, convex, embossed, then spread out and depressed, brown, of velvety aspect; margin rolled up.
- Blades tight, fragile, cream-coloured, browning with the age and with the touch. Sporée brown-rust.
- Foot 4 to 9 cm, robust, often eccentric and inclined, covered of a fleece brown-black .
- Flesh thick, aqueous, cream-coloured, more sunk in the foot; odor not characteristic, bitter savor .
HabitatThe Paxillus with black foot pushes July at October in Europe and North America, under the coniferous or occasionally the Feuillu S, on or near stocks pourrissantes. It is common, though much less than the Paxille rolled up.
EdibilityIt is poor edible because of the bitterness of its flesh.
Close speciesWith its guétré foot of velvet, this mushroom hardly presents risk of confusion.
The species nearest is the Paxille in form of Panus, Paxillus panuoides , also reclassified to him in Tapinella panuoides .
- Mushrooms of north and midday, Andre Marchand, volume III/IX, Hatchet 1975, ISBN 84-399-3605-2
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