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Panellus stipticus is a species of mushroom in the genus Panellus. Other names for this mushroom are bitter clam mushroom, bitter sharp dwarf gnocchi, or oak dwarf gnocchi.

Panellus stipticus is a saprobiontic colonizer of old logs, stumps and lying branches, causing brown rot in the colonized wood. It prefers oaks and copper beech as substrates, but may also occur on a number of other hardwoods, rarely on conifers. The species occurs, as far as suitable substrate is available, in almost all forest types, in parks, gardens in tree rows and on solitary trees.

The Bitter Oyster Mushroom is unsuitable as an edible fungus, and it is not of forestry importance as a wood destroyer.

The chemical structure of the two #luciferin precursors PS-A and PS-B isolated from the fungus Panellus stipticus was determined to be 1-O-decanoylpanal and 1-O-dodecanoylpanal.

Both PS-A and PS-B were converted to chemiluminescent luciferins by treatment with 50 mmol/L methylamine in a buffer solution with a pH of 3.5 containing the anionic surfactant tergitol 4 at 25-35°C. Lucifer ins emitted chemiluminescence in a buffer solution with a pH of 7-8 containing a cationic surfactant in the presence of O2.

This means that they can glow

© AJ (j7u)

1. Growing

Growing Procedure


Agar Culture Media: Ph 3,5-4,5
Cropping Cycle: Slow
Containers for fruiting: Bales of straw, wood logs, mushroom bed / patch, indoor mycelium bags for cultivation in a greenhouse
Biological efficiencies:
Substrates: Straw, paper, coffee grounds, pulp of coffee beans, hardwoord (poplar, elm, ash, alder, maple, birch, aspen , beech, willow, oak)
Ph: 3,5-4,5

Growing Characteristics

-Panellus stipticus is glowing fluorescent effect, if done right
-subsequent decomposer




Temp °C
21-27 10-16 10-26
Relative Humidity %
85-95 95-100 85-90
Duration d
14-60 7-21 slow
CO2 ppm
>5000 <1000 <1000
FAE per h
0-1 4-8 4-8
Light lux
1000-1500 1000-1500

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Natural Habitat

Panellus stipticus has been found in Australia, Pakistan, North Asia (from the Caucasus to Korea and Japan), North America, North Africa, and the Canary Islands. In Europe, the species occurs from southern and southeastern Europe through western and central Europe to northern and eastern Europe, in Scandinavia it goes as far as the 65th parallel.

on hardwood, preferably birch, oak, beech…, all year round, fresh more often in late autumn and winter

2. Identification


-4 (6) cm Ø
-ocher yellow, later darkening reddish brown
-edge wavy, grooved
-sticky with a rubbery layer


-standing to the side and pointed to the point of attachment
-reddish brown, yellowish ocher
-full, elastic


-often unevenly sawn, with cross lamellas at the bottom


-3–6 by 2–3 µm
-elliptical to nearly allantoid

Danger of confusion

Panellus mitis, Neolentinus adhaerens, Panellus violaceofulvus, Crepidotus mollis


-clamp connections


© Ron Pastorino (Ronpast)

3. Consuming


Do not eat Panellus stipticus.


neutral to tasty mushroom like


bitter, scratchy, tart, later peppery hot


light brown, thin

Nutritional content

Again – Do not eat this mushroom!

4. Data

other names

Chinesisch (traditionell) 鱗皮扇菇
Chinesisch (vereinfacht) 鳞皮扇菇
Deutsch Bitterer Muschelseitling
Deutsch Herber Zwergknäueling
Dänisch Kliddet epaulethat
Englisch Bitter Oysterling
Englisch Luminescent Panellus
Finnisch kitkerävinokas
Französisch Panelle astringente
Französisch Panelle styptique
Japanisch ワサビタケ
Koreanisch 부채버섯
Litauisch Ąžuolinis skiautenėlis
Niederländisch Scherpe schelpzwam
Norwegisch besk lærhatt
Polnisch Łycznik ochrowy
Russisch Панеллюс вяжущий
Russisch Сычу́жный гриб
Schwedisch Epålettsvamp
Slowakisch pňovka obyčajná
Tschechisch pařezník obecný
Ukrainisch Панел терпкий
Ungarisch Kis áldücskőgomba
Wissenschaftl. Name Agaricus farinaceus
Wissenschaftl. Name Panellus stipticus
Wissenschaftl. Name Panellus stypticus
Wissenschaftl. Name Panus albidotomentosus
Wissenschaftl. Name Panus stipticus

other names

Panells stiptycus, Agaricus stypticus, Merulius stipticus, Crepidopus stypticus, hipidium stipticum, Panus stipticus, Pleurotus stipticus, Lentinus stipticus, Pocillaria stiptica, bitter oyster, the astringent panus, the luminescent panellus, stiptic fungus, Biterer Muschelseitling, Bitterscharfer Zwergknäueling, Eichen-Zwergknäueling, Herber Zwergknäueling, Eichen Zwergknäueling, Bitterer Muschelseitling

Kingdom Fungi

Division Basidiomycota
Class Agaricomycetes
Order Agaricales
Family Mycenaceae
Genus Panellus
Species P. stipticus
Ecology Saprotrophic

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