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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

Specifications: Mushrooms, Grain Spawn/Sawdust spawn

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