The gills are thin, close, adnate, a delicate cinnamon-brown becoming darker with age.
When they are attached squarely and firmly to the stem they are said to be adnate.
Differs from C. stipitaria in adnate gills and dingy pileus.
The gills are broad, close, adnate, whitish or pale cinereous.
Where the gills are not attached to it they are called free; slightly so, adnexed; and when wholly fastened they are adnate.
The gills are subdistant, adnate, or decurrent, white or creamy-white.
The tubes are yellow, adnate, the tube surface plane or convex.
adnate to the perianth, and therefore around the ovary and not at its base.
The cells forming a pair, are, on the branches, adnate to each other throughout their whole length.
Habitat on fungi like C. tuberosa, from which it differs in adnate gills.
Botany Joined to a part or organ of a different kind, as stamens that are joined to petals. Compare connate.