Definition of Tricholoma vaccinum
1. Noun. An agaric with a cap that is densely covered with reddish fibrils and pale gills and stalk.
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Literary usage of Tricholoma vaccinum
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1. Mushrooms and Their Use by Charles Horton Peck (1897)
"... very similar Vaccine tricholoma, tricholoma vaccinum, and it has the same habit of growth as these. All of them often grow in close clusters or tufts. ..."
2. British Fungus-flora: A Classified Textbook of Mycology by George Massee (1893)
"... the gills are narrow and slightly sinuate, with a minute decurrent tooth. ** Gills becoming tinged red or grey, edge often spotted. tricholoma vaccinum. ..."