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Well explained… about the scales/background color contrast. I think I probably find more olivieri than rhacopes around here. Perhaps I’ll update some observations later today after reviewing.
In Chlorophyllum olivieri the squames and the background in the pileus are of the same color (gray-brown, olivaceous-brown) while in the other species known from North American (C. rachodes, C. subrhacodes and C. brunneum) the brown squames contrast with the white-cream background.
Here are a couple of links to Else’s articles on this group
many that I have called rhacodes. I’m wondering about how to tell the difference.
Does the context inside the stipe of your C. olivieri turn reddish when cut?
If I find any this year (need some rainfall!) I’ll post as rhacodes with a “could be” proposal for olivieri and see if I get any comments.
First I’ve seen this species name. Are there any traits you can point out which may be used to separate it from rhacodes?
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