Observation 158725: Leucoagaricus Locq. ex Singer
When: 2014-01-04
No herbarium specimen

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Recognized by sight
28% (1)
Used references: Lepiota abruptibulba Murrill in Mycologia 3: 88. 1911. Cuba. [type study Smith, 1966; see also Dennis, 1952 and Pegler, 1987b]
[Murrill, 1911: “Pileus fleshy, rather thin, 6-7 cm. broad, hemispheric to sub-expanded, at first umbonate, at length obtuse; surface rich reddish-brown, the cuticle breaking into minute, floccose-granular scales, not striate, darker on the umbo; lamellae white, free, crowded, unequal, rather broad; spores subglobose to ovoid, smooth, hyaline, tinged with brown, 5-5.5 X 4 μ; stipe cylindric, subglabrous, tinged with reddish-brown, hollow, 7 cm. long, 6 mm. thick, the base swollen into an abrupt, flattened bulb; annulus large, persistent, superior, movable.”]
Source : Vellinga, E.C., 2009. Nomenclatural overview of Lepiotaceous Fungi. Version 4.7.

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