Definition of Scaly lentinus
1. Noun. A fungus with a scaly cap and white flesh and a ring on the stalk (with scales below the ring); odor reminiscent of licorice.
Generic synonyms: Fungus
Group relationships: Genus Lentinus, Lentinus
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Literary usage of Scaly lentinus
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1. Forest Tree Diseases Common in California and Nevada: A Manual for Field Use by United States Forest Service, Emilio Pepe Michael Meinecke (1914)
"They grow in great numbers on stumps, bark, or on the ground near the base of living or dead trees. scaly lentinus. Although it is not certain that the ..."
2. Minnesota Plant Diseases by Edward Monroe Freeman (1905)
"The top of the cap is somewhat hairy when young, becoming more or less smooth when old. The gills are rather thick. The scaly Lentinus rot (Lentinus ..."