Goebeloma sticky (lat. Hebeloma Crustulinforme) is a mushroom that belongs to the Straepye family, Goebelom’s family. Once upon a time he was attributed to the family of Bolbitiy and web. Translated from the English name, the mushroom is translated as “poisoned pie”, and the Latin name means “pie”. This type of mushrooms is inedible, but many sources have a good attribute to it to the poisonous. Symptoms of poisoning are the same as from most poorly poisonous mushrooms: diarrhea, diarrhea, headaches and nausea. It is not recommended to eat food.
The hat has quite modest sizes and on the diameter reaches only ten centimeters. Its color can be yellowish, but basically it varies in light brown shades. The edges are lighter than the central part. Copies of bright red color resembling burned clay were found several times. The surface is covered with mucus, so Goebeloma appeared and this name appeared. In more adult specimens, the mucus dries, as a result of which the surface of the hat becomes smooth. The plates are light, but with age they darken and begin to have brown shades. They are located quite often.
The leg also does not stand out in size, like the hat: its diameter reaches two centimeters, and the height is about ten. The color is lighter, but it turns yellow with age. Has a cylindrical shape, which expands to the base. The pulp is dense, while the consistency is loose and loose. It likes more like a radish, bitter.
Where it grows
Representatives of this species can be found in any forests, regardless of whether coniferous or deciduous trees will grow there. Many times have been recorded cases when Goebelom glue was found in the city, in the park, on the lawn or near the houses. Prefers to grow in a moderate climatic zone. Grows in groups, quite often forms witches circles (several rings of mushrooms growing in a clearing). The fruiting period falls out at the end of summer and continues until November.
Most of the sources claim that the mushroom is inedible, while many scientists consider it toxic. The poisoning is weak, fatal outcomes were not recorded. The first symptoms appear a few hours after eating Goebeloma for food, they are in diarrhea, a sharp headache and nausea.
Appearance is not particularly remarkable, so Goebeloma is similar to many of its brothers. Three types can be distinguished, which is quite difficult without proper knowledge of the differences from Gleet Goebeloma:
Goebeloma is mustard. Has larger sizes and a hat, the mucus of which is not so sticky. The rest is practically no different, since it grows in the same places;
Goebeloma is angular. From distinctive features, you can highlight a dark hat, a leg, which is much thinner in diameter. As well as the habitat: as the name reads, representatives of this species prefer to grow in the conflagration;
Goebeloma surrounded. Probably a similar view with the largest differences. The hat has lighter shades, and in the center it is noticeably darker than around the edges. The diameter of the leg is smaller, like the thickness of the hat.