Notes: Growing in open grassy area in pure grass. Did not change color on handling, bruising or cutting. Smelled like almond. Cogwheel annulus. Pale yellow to cream colored cap. Stipe even, not bulbous.
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I was surprised too. And I found Agaricus bisporus growing near the same spot. Neither of these seen there before, in over 20 different hunting visits there. Things seem different everywhere around here this year.
I have hunted in Greer Park many times and did not find these.
I dried and saved it and after drying the yellow really became deeper; Interesting color! Never saw one before.
you can see yellow all over that fruit body, from the brightly yellow base to the more subtle yellow tones in the cap!
lovely, fragrant mushroom.
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