Flower Database

Pleurotus djamor

Basic information
Flower Name
Pleurotus djamor
Formal Name
Pleurotus djamor
Alias
pink oyster mushroom, ピンク・オイスター・マッシュルーム, 朱鷺色平茸, flamingo mushroom
Habitat
throughout the world except in the Antarctic
Morph
mushroom
Comment
Pleurotus djamor, pink oyster mushroom or flamingo mushroom (scientific name: Pleurotus djamor) is distributed throughout the world except in the Antarctic. It is a member in the family Pleurotaceae. It occurs from early summer to autumn on dead trees of broadleaf trees. It is a mushroom, so it does not have flowers but has tiny cylindrical pink or white spores. The umbrella is fan-shaped without a handle. Its name comes from the pink color of the mushroom, which resembles the bird crested ibis. It is called as "flamingo mushroom". This color is not removed by heating. It is edible and can be eaten raw or overheated.
Pleurotus djamor. scientific name: Pleurotus djamor, Also known as , pink oyster mushroom or flamingo mushroom, umbrella diameter: 2-14 cm, harvest time: early summer to autumn.
Detailed information
Order
Agaricales
Family
Pleurotaceae
Genus
Pleurotus
Species
P. djamor
Flower type
Flower array
Petal shape
Leaf type
Leaf edge
Flowering place
Low mountain
Color
Pink
Season
Height
2  ~ 14  [cm]
Diameter
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