hymenium at length more or less exposed, the substance soft.
hymenium covering the entire surface of radiating lamellae or gills.
hymenium either free at the beginning, or enclosed either permanently or temporarily in a more or less perfect peridium or veil.
hymenium lining the cavity of tubes or pores which are sometimes broken up into teeth or concentric plates.
hymenium, the fruiting surface of the mushrooms and other fungi.
In the chapter on the structure of mushrooms we have 43 tried to explain something about the cells and the hymenium.
hymenium whitish or reddish, folds much branched, forming anastomosing pores.
hymenium dark cinereous, rugose when moist, the minute crowded irregular folds abundantly anastomosing; nearly even when dry.
hymenium within a closed fruit-body, which does not open until the spores are ripe; saprophytes.
hymenium red or flesh-color, covered with a delicate flesh-colored bloom.