Notes: Spore print black.
Growing from moose dung.
Thin skin easily separable from rest of cap.
No noticeable staining/bruising.
Mottled gray/black gills.
Top center of cap brownish, remainder of cap gray.
There might be some confusion between the namings P. papilionaceus var. papilionaceus and P. papilionaceus var. parvisporus. I believe this is var. papilionaceus, as it appears that var. papilionaceus tends to have a shiny, smooth skin, where as pictures I’ve seen of var. parvisporus appear to have a matted, lackluster skin. I went with MO’s suggestion to eliminate the variety from the latin name because MO mentioned those variety names are deprecated. Any comments would help.
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