Observation 165644: Agaricus bitorquis (Quél.) Sacc.
When: 2014-05-20
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Found in Fred Meyer’s parking lot off of 40th Ave. in Yakima, WA. Not staining when handled.

Stem: very thick, short, dense.

Prominent, persistant ring(annulus).

Caps: margin incurved on young specimens.

Gills: chocolate brown(older specimens).

Fruiting in poor soil- almost all specimens hypogeous and or barely visible. Saw these when fresh two weeks ago but unfortunately did not have my camera.

Temp: mid 70’s.

A good friend of mine who has been foraging here for years said he has found this species buried in poor soil and riparian areas commonly every Spring season.

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