Pluteus cervinus str. NL-1719 (Plucer1)

About Pluteus cervinus str. NL-1719 (GCA_004369065.1)

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Pluteus cervinus, also known as Pluteus atricapillus and commonly known as the deer shield or the deer or fawn mushroom, is a mushroom that belongs to the large genus Pluteus. It is found on rotten logs, roots and tree stumps and is widely distributed. It can also grow on sawdust and other wood waste. Being very variable in appearance, it has been divided into several varieties or subspecies, some of which are sometimes considered species in their own right. It is edible when young, but considered by some to be of poor quality and is not often collected for the table.

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Taxonomy ID 181527

Data source DOE Joint Genome Institute

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Genome assembly: Plucer1

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