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If there are still some specimens I will pick them up today on my way out to go hunting and post a microscopy tonight.
Related to A. campestris but probably different; the (apparent) squamules on the stipe are unusual in that group. There is an undescribed, related species in the SF Bay Area that reddens when handled. Specimens would be useful to future studies.
Smell was classic agaricus smell, no toxic smells.
Reddish brown color when handled on pileus and no yellow bruising.
I would appreciate any help.
Created: 2012-11-01 22:16:25 CDT (-0400)
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