Notes: Looks something like a lepiota, but lacks the ring typical of that genus.
Brown cap and stem, but gills and flesh are white and the cap is cracked or scaled with a white background.
On the ground under birch and pine.
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I can’t buy anything online. No credit card, and Canadian debit cards can’t be used in lieu of them for e-commerce.
(As for why no credit card, well, frankly, my finances, and my reasons for my financial decisions, are none of your damn beeswax. No offense. :))
…some sort of moisture absorbing beads; my friend Dr. Terry Henkel uses them to dessicate mushrooms deep in the wet and steamy jungles of Guyana! But don’t know what the product is called…
there are also online sources for waxtex, if you’re willing to buy ’em by the case.
Sorry — I don’t have the means to collect samples. Amazingly, I can’t find wax paper bags for sale anywhere in this part of the province (or over the border in nearby bits of Quebec for that matter). There’s also the matter of transportation — some of the more interesting spots are a mile or two from the road, with underbrush and other awkward terrain intervening, which would make carrying a basket problematical. And I don’t imagine specimens would do well spending perhaps four or five hours in a backpack, wax paper or no.
Really useful would be if there were some way to quickly desiccate specimens in the field, or to refrigerate my backpack(!)…
it is certainly a lepiota, with those free white gills and the cracked into scales cap. rings can be lost…
hard to determine size from your photo.
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