Porpolomopsis lewelliniae, commonly known as the mauve splitting wax-cap, is a gilled fungus of the waxcap family found in wet forests of eastern Australia and New Zealand. The small mauve- or lilac-coloured mushrooms are fairly common and appear in moss or leaf litter on the forest floor in autumn, and are biotrophic. The key distinguishing feature is the splitting of the cap dividing down the middle of the individual gills.

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  • 萊威林濕皮傘(學名:Humidicutis lewelliniae),俗稱淡紫色破裂裂蠟帽(mauve splitting wax-cap), 是一種是一種廣泛分佈於澳大利亞東部和新西蘭的濕皮傘屬真菌。這種真菌非常常見,經常於秋季在森林地面上的青苔或枯枝落葉上出現,並且是以腐生营养的方式生長。這種真菌最顯著的特點是其邊緣破裂的紫色菌蓋。 (zh)
  • Porpolomopsis lewelliniae, commonly known as the mauve splitting wax-cap, is a gilled fungus of the waxcap family found in wet forests of eastern Australia and New Zealand. The small mauve- or lilac-coloured mushrooms are fairly common and appear in moss or leaf litter on the forest floor in autumn, and are biotrophic. The key distinguishing feature is the splitting of the cap dividing down the middle of the individual gills. (en)
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  • Humidicutis lewelliniae (Kalchbr.) A.M. Young (2005)
  • Hygrocybe lewellinae (Kalchbr.)A. M. Young(1997)
  • Hygrophorus lewellinae (Kalchbr. (1883)
  • Mycena rimosacuta (Corner(1994)
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  • Porpolomopsis lewelliniae
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  • umbonate
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  • saprotrophic
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  • Porpolomopsis lewelliniae
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  • P. lewelliniae
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  • white
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http://purl.org/linguistics/gold/hypernym
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  • 萊威林濕皮傘(學名:Humidicutis lewelliniae),俗稱淡紫色破裂裂蠟帽(mauve splitting wax-cap), 是一種是一種廣泛分佈於澳大利亞東部和新西蘭的濕皮傘屬真菌。這種真菌非常常見,經常於秋季在森林地面上的青苔或枯枝落葉上出現,並且是以腐生营养的方式生長。這種真菌最顯著的特點是其邊緣破裂的紫色菌蓋。 (zh)
  • Porpolomopsis lewelliniae, commonly known as the mauve splitting wax-cap, is a gilled fungus of the waxcap family found in wet forests of eastern Australia and New Zealand. The small mauve- or lilac-coloured mushrooms are fairly common and appear in moss or leaf litter on the forest floor in autumn, and are biotrophic. The key distinguishing feature is the splitting of the cap dividing down the middle of the individual gills. (en)
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  • Porpolomopsis lewelliniae (en)
  • 萊威林濕皮傘 (zh)
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