Coprinus vs Inaequihymeniiferous - What's the difference?

coprinus | inaequihymeniiferous |

As a proper noun coprinus

is .

As an adjective inaequihymeniiferous is

(mycology) of or relating to the arrangement of the hymenium of some mushroom species in the genera coprinus , the intermittent maturation and shedding of spores in radial bands beginning from the periphery of each gill, deliquescing from the bottom and advancing upwards.