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MycoMorphBox properties[baguhin ang wikitext]

MycoMorphBoxes depict 8 mycological characteristics that are often useful in identify mushrooms. The template is given as a quick way to display information about mushrooms, and to enable quick comparison between them. As always, use discretion when consuming wild mushrooms. Read mushroom hunting and mushroom poisoning, and rely on the advice of an expert if you are new.

If you would like to add or edit MycoMorphBoxes, here are some guidelines that may help:

MycoMorphBoxes have 8 basic parameters:

name= hymeniumType= capShape= whichGills= stipeCharacter= sporePrintColor= ecologicalType= howEdible=
the type of spore-bearing surface: gills, pores, etc. a descriptor of the general shape of the cap. a descriptor of how the hymenium attaches to the stem. indicates if a universal or partial veil is present. the color of the spore print. indicates how the mushroom obtains nutrients. indicates whether the mushroom is edible or poisonous.

Gills icon.png gills
Pores icon.png pores
Smooth icon.png smooth
Ridges icon.png ridges
Teeth icon.png teeth
Gleba icon.png gleba

Campanulate cap icon.svg campanulate
Conical cap icon.svg conical
Convex cap icon.svg convex
Depressed cap icon.svg depressed
Flat cap icon.svg flat
Infundibuliform cap icon.svg infundibuliform
Offset cap icon.png offset
Ovate cap icon.svg ovate
Umbillicate cap icon.svg umbillicate
Umbonate cap icon.svg umbonate
No cap icon.svg no
NA cap icon.svg NA

Adnate gills icon2.svg adnate
Adnexed gills icon2.svg adnexed
Decurrent gills icon2.svg decurrent
Emarginate gills icon2.svg emarginate
Free gills icon2.svg free
Seceding gills icon2.svg seceding
Sinuate gills icon2.svg sinuate
Subdecurrent gills icon2.svg subdecurrent
No gills icon.svg no
NA gills icon.svg NA

Bare stipe icon.png bare
Ring stipe icon.png ring
Volva stipe icon.png volva
Ring and volva stipe icon.png ring and volva
Cortina stipe icon.png cortina
NA stipe icon.png NA

Black spore print icon.png black
Blackish-brown spore print icon.png blackish-brown
Brown spore print icon.png brown
Buff spore print icon.png buff
Cream spore print icon.png cream
Green spore print icon.png green
Olive spore print icon.png olive
Pink spore print icon.png pink
Pinkish-brown spore print icon.png pinkish-brown
Purple spore print icon.png purple
Purple-black spore print icon.png purple-black
Purple-brown spore print icon.png purple-brown
Reddish-brown spore print icon.png reddish-brown
Salmon spore print icon.png salmon
Tan spore print icon.png tan
White spore print icon.png white
Yellow spore print icon.png yellow
Yellow-orange spore print icon.png yellow-orange

Mycorrhizal ecology icon.png mycorrhizal
Parasitic ecology icon.png parasitic
Saprotrophic ecology icon.png saprotrophic

Choice toxicity icon.png choice
Edible toxicity icon.svg edible
Inedible toxicity icon.png inedible
Diamond-caution.svg caution
Psychoactive toxicity icon.png psychoactive
Poisonous toxicity icon.png poisonous
Diamond-caution.svg allergic
Hazard T.svg deadly
Unknown toxicity icon.png unknown

Example[baguhin ang wikitext]

These basic parameters can be specified in any order, but should be typed exactly as above, but excluding the = character. For example:

| name = Phlebopus marginatus
| whichGills = seceding
| capShape =infundibuliform
| hymeniumType=gills
| stipeCharacter=NA
| ecologicalType=mycorrhizal
| sporePrintColor=buff
| sporePrintColor2=cream
| howEdible=unknown

Generates the mycomorphbox at right:

All parameters other than name and hymeniumType can now be specified with a secondary characterisitic. For example, a mushroom might appear with both convex and flat caps at maturity, this can be indicated in the mycomorphbox by adding a second capShape parameter, simply by repeating the parameter name followed by the numeral 2:


This can be done with the following parameters: capShape, whichGills, stipeCharacter, sporePrintColor, ecologicalType, howEdible.

Need help adding a mycomorphbox?[baguhin ang wikitext]

1.) Feel free to contact any of these users if you would like assistance:

2.) Or, simply include this template to the top of the article's talk page: {{mycomorphbox-missing}}. This will generate the following box (and someone one will come along and add the mycomorphbox shortly): Padron:Mycomorphbox-missing