Observation 146018: Agaricus L.
When: 2013-09-20
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Agaricus campestris, or meadow mushroom, is not found in North America. This species is undergoing study by Rick Kerrigan.

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In situ. Eastern Red oak nearby.
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Thick, felty annulus, often adherring to the edge of cap. Annulus may be absent. Or, as here, present, attached to stipe and attached to edge of cap.
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Animal mycophagy. Slug found nearby.
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Sliced stipe shows some reddish- or pinkish-bruising.
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Gills attachment. Young specimen.
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Two more examples as found.
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More mycophagy. Specimens smelled yummy.
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Cap fibrils white.
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Either a mushroom or a skull portion.
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Stipe. Note annulus, rings on stipe and bands of stipe scales.
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Another top on side.
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Created: 2013-09-20 11:19:11 PDT (-0700)
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