Beetroot (Tricholoma flavovirens Fr.)

Zelenka is a conditionally edible mushroom of the genus Tricholome (rows) of the Ryadovkov family. Other names: Zelenushka


Hat – 4-11 cm, slightly convex, flat, yellowish-greenish in maturity, light yellowish in the center. The plates are notched, greenish-yellow, wide. Leg 3-5 x 1-1.3 cm, cylindrical, solid, longitudinally fibrous, finely scaly, one-color with a cap. The spores are colorless, broadly ellipsoidal, smooth, 5-6 x 3.5-4 μ. Zelenka grows in dry pine forests in September – October. Distributed everywhere.

Medicinal use:

It was found that brilliant green contains substances with a pronounced anticoagulant effect.

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