Notes: Seven specimens observed in public lawn close to apartment house. Several young ones with veil still intact. Note annular zone on mature specimen covered with purplish brown spores.
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No specific knowledge of recent fertilization. However, this area was farmland and
grazing pastures for hundreds of years before being transformed to a residential
area in the 1940s and ’50s. This particular public lawn is one of the few spots that
were not excavated or overturned during the urban expansion. Some similar areas
are to be found as well, sharing the same properties, and about 50 % of these have
regular fruitings of P. semilanceata.
Was any type of fertilization substance on the lawn?
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