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Buy Hypsizygus ulmarius-Elm Oyster Mushrooms

About the product This easy-to-spot mushroom is often mistaken for the common oyster until there is a closer examination (common oyster gills are decurrent, elm oysters are not decurrent).  Its Latin name Hypsi means "high" or "on high" and zygus means a "yoke" Hypsizygus, then, referring to the position of this mushroom often high in the tree.  Ulm refers to "elm" indicating one of the common substrates for this fungus. The color of the fruiting bodies often depends on their substrate and habitat. Caps can measure anywhere from 5 to 15 cm wide. They are white to buff or tan in color and sometimes developing a pattern of cracks with age.  The stipe is white to off white; dry; smooth; stout; and it develops off-center to nearly central from the cap.  They are often mistaken for being the common oyster. Common Name: Elm Oyster Mushrooms Scientific Name:  Hypsizygus ulmarius How to use this product:  Culinary mushrooms, edible mushrooms Specificatio

Buy Split Gill Mushrooms

About the product Schizophyllum commune is a species of fungus in the genus Schizophyllum.  The mushroom resembles undulating waves of tightly packed corals or loose chinese fan.  Gillies or Split Gills vary from creamy yellow to pale white in colour.  The cap is small, 1–4.5 cm wide with a dense yet spongey body texture.  It is known as the split-gill mushroom because of the unique longitudinally divided nature of the gill producing basidospores, which often splits when they dry out and moistened into gills as they shed into spores. Common Name:  Split Gill Mushrooms Scientific Name:  Schizophyllum commune How to use this product:  You can use this mushroom for culinary purpose. Make soup. Make fry. Specifications:  Fresh Mushrooms, Dry Mushrooms, Powder form To order please contact                   Local and International Inquiries to:       Phone:  +91-9923806933     Whatsapp:  +91-9923806933     E-mail: Other Related Products        Split Gill Mushroom Sp