blodsjampinjong, Agaricus silvaticus
blodsjampinjong, Agaricus silvaticus, otherwise known as the Scaly Wood Mushroom, Blushing Wood Mushroom or Pinewood Mushroom, sometimes referred to as the Red Staining Mushroom, because the cap and stipe turn bright red if they are scratched or broken. A common, edible Mushroom, often found in groups in coniferous forests. Echter Waldchampignon, Agaric des forêts, Psalliote des forêts, Erdei csiperke, fenyõerdei csiperke. Cap diameter 7 to 15cm. Domed at first, the scaly cap expands until it is almost flat.
Beneath the surface, which is light russet-brown and covered with reddish-brown scales that are more dense towards the middle of the cap, the flesh is white. Upon cutting the thin, firm cap flesh it turns red and eventually brown. Gills Initially pink, the free, crowded gills turn redder and then dark brown as the spores mature. When cutor bruised, the solid stem flesh turns red and eventually brown. Above the large, floppy single ring the stem is smooth, while below the ring it is finely scaly. Rødner når den snittes. Spiselig og god.