Observation 139316: Agaricales sensu lato
When: 2013-07-08

Notes: This specimen was a single growth in the substrate. The area was open forest grassland with single fungi found. It was partially eaten, and I would presume by the Slug/Snail that seemed not to want to leave the host. I have seen these slugs on several fungi in this area. It is coastal swampland, Semi tropical and subject to fresh water flooding. (FYI Debbie). The fungi pileus was apprx. 4.5 cm across. The slug almost 1cm. (depending on its movement.) It continually returned to the section that had been attacked.

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Attention Debbie V

Debbie, Remember you asked me to show any "Room’ eating critters. Check this slimy invader out. Also the “Green Fungi” I have been chasing up in this area I believe to be Dermocybe austroveneta. But in saying this I need to retrieve a good sample to prove the ID. The ones I have seen had much darker green caps.They even looked a little waxy. No luck this trip but will keep trying. Did find some really magic white fungi that I will load.

Created: 2013-07-09 18:14:55 PDT (-0700)
Last modified: 2013-07-12 02:36:49 PDT (-0700)
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