Definition of Pholiota squarrosoides
1. Noun. A pale buff fungus with tawny scales.
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Literary usage of Pholiota squarrosoides
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1. A Preliminary Report on the Hymeniales of Connecticut by Edward Albert White (1905)
"Several are edible, and the writer has found pholiota squarrosoides to have an ... pholiota squarrosoides Pk. (resembling the species squarrosa') . ..."
2. Report of the Geological Survey of Ohio by Geological Survey of Ohio (1893)
"IS Fr. At base oak stumps, Miami Valley, AP Morgan (Fl.) pholiota squarrosoides Peck. Cincinnati, Thos. G. Lea (Cat.); on trunks and stumps of maple, ..."
3. Contributions from the New York Botanical Garden by New York Botanical Garden (1902)
"In large clusters on decaying spruce. * pholiota squarrosoides Peck. Growing in large clusters; plentiful in certain localities. ..."
4. Bulletin by New York State Museum of Natural History, New York State Museum (1915)
"pholiota squarrosoides Pk. On trunk of living maple tree. Pholiota lutea Pk. On decaying beech log. Caespitose. ..."