Notes: Cap 6", flat, cracked in center with brown scales toward edge, margin with thin strips of white partial veil, context white, 5/8" thick at widest point, gills 3/8" thick, very close, chocolate brown, not attached to stipe, stipe 3" long, enlarged downward to a bulb, 7/8" thick at top to 1-3/8" thick at bulb. Stipe hollow with small amount of fluffy white pith. Faint sweet almond smell when cut.
Stipe stains slightly brown at base where cut.
Gills are marginate – darker on the edge.
Solitary fruit body 6’ from oak in mowed lawn of Metro station after small rain. No other mushrooms nearby except possible Coprinopsis atramentaria some 40’ away.
Collected to compare sequence with A. pearsoni
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Created: 2013-11-02 00:36:02 CET (+0100)
Last modified: 2013-11-02 13:53:41 CET (+0100)
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