- Flower namePholiota microspora
- Scientific namePholiota microspora
- AliasPholiota microspora, 滑子, butterscotch mushroom
- Place of originHimalayas, Japan and Taiwan
- Place of floweringWetlands
- Flowering season
What is Pholiota microspora
Pholiota nameko, Nameko mushroom or nameko (Pholiota nameko) is a mushroom in the family Strophariaceae native to the Himalayas, Japan and Taiwan. It naturally grows in groups on the stump or dead tree of beech and oak. There are many things. It consists of a round cap and a thin stem. The caps are golden or brown and the stems are white or brown. The whole mushroom is sticky. They are sold in packs in the form of a hardened plant with a diameter of 1 to 1.5 cm. They can be served with grated radish or in miso soup.
Common name: Pholiota microspora, scientific name: Pholiota microspora, also known as Butterscotch mushroom, Nameko, origin: Himalayas, Japan, Taiwan.