- Flower nameHypsizygus tessellatus
- Scientific nameHypsizygus tessellatus
- Aliasシメジ, ブナ占地, buna shimeji
- Place of originJapan
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What is Hypsizygus tessellatus
Hypsizygus tessellatus or bunashimeji (scientific name: Hypsizygus marmoreus) is an edible mushroom of the family Tricholomataceae. Shiitake mushroom is a mushroom that usually rides on the table. Previously, this species was sold under the name “Shimeji”, but it is clearly different from the real one, so it has been distributed under the name “Bunashimeji” under administrative guidance. Honshimeji (a real mushroom) grows on the roots of living trees with rooting fungi, but beech shimeji grows from dead trees called rotting fungi.
Common name: Buna shimeji, scientific name: Hypsizygus tessellatus, Synonyms: Hypsizygus marmoreus, aka: Buna shimeji , shimeji, Buna shimeji (previously sold as this shimeji), distribution: all over Japan, environment: temperate zone, shape: umbrella shape, shaft color: gray brown (umbrella), white (shaft), umbrella height: 5 cm shaft length: 10 cm, harvest period: one year Medium (cultivated variety), use: Edible.