Notes: in grass under pine.
odor faintly pleasant at the stem base of the young specimen, otherwise none.
mature specimen cap surface faintly sticky.
pinkish tint on the upper stem of the mature specimen.
gills are drying with more brown than pink, even dark brown. But the large specimen’s gills are still much lighter than mature Agaricus’.
Same organism as obs 187244 (11/3/2014).
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Created: 2014-09-17 07:01:05 CEST (+0200)
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