Species clarification of the culinary Bachu mushroom in western China.

Abstract

The Bachu mushroom, previously identified as Helvella leucopus, is characterized by a saddle-shaped, to irregularly lobed pileus, with a gray, brown to blackish hymenium and a whitish to pale receptacle surface and white, terete stipe with enlarged basal grooves. It has high economic value, mostly as a dietary supplement in western China, and its medicinal… (More)
DOI: 10.3852/16-002

Topics

  • Presentations referencing similar topics