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Glossary: F.

Fibrillose:

Having a covering of fibrils.

Fibrils:

Delicate fine hairs on the surface of the cap and stem.

Fibrous:

Consisting of fine fibres or threads.

Filamentous:

Composed of thread like cells (hyphae).

Flexuouse, flexuous:

Bent alternately in opposite directions.

Flesh:

The inner tubes of the fungus.

Floccose:

Woolly cottony tufts of veil remnants on the cap or stem of the mushroom.

Flush:

The development and formation of mushrooms ready for cropping.

Fructification:

The fruit body formation.

Fruit body:

The part of the mushroom which contains the spore-producing cells.

Fugacious:

Easily torn or fragile.

Fusiod:

Round and tapering from the middle.

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