Observation 113181: Lepista nuda (Bull.) Cooke
When: 2012-10-10
Who: 7forest
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: Notes; ’Found various clusters of these on heap of mixed hardwood and
conifer chips. Heap had evidence of Dog Vomit mold in spring. Some picked
had tiny yellow maggots (about the size of a lawn seed) in gills that
dropped out while drying and ambulated like inchworms. (for short distance
and died, their corpses shrinking to less than half their living size as
they dried out.
While drying on copier paper spores collected on paper as shown but beyond the
edge of the paper on the black desk surface there were gray patches that seem to indicate that spores were ejected very forcefully.

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