Observation 153271: Agaricales sensu lato
When: 2013-11-20
No herbarium specimen

Notes: I would like to know what I am looking at here.

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Recognized by sight: I think I can see shallow yellow tubes on the edge of the cap. I could be wrong. (When in doubt, refrain from consuming.)
55% (1)
Recognized by sight
80% (3)
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Recognized by sight: gills visible when viewed at max resolution.
0% (2)
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thanks ill take a more detailed picture next time.
By: Matt (mattreid13)
2013-11-20 23:26:21 GMT (+0000)
What you’re looking at
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2013-11-20 21:22:02 GMT (+0000)

is simple, Matt. It’s a mushroom in a bed of cast-off pine needles. Because you haven’t provided more information, we’ll have to give a best guess.

I would say you may have a Boletales, based on what may be shallow pores on the inside tip of the cap. That is the only think I can see, anyway. Boletales have individual pores, where they produce their spores.

Other beneficial information: a photo of the underside of the cap. That’s where the spores are most likely to drop. Note the color of the spores (under the mushroom, or with a spore print on white or black paper). Show us on MO the rest of the stipe (stem). And especially, show us the base of the stipe, just in case you’ve found an Amanita in disquise.

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