Observation 188592: Leucoagaricus carneifolius (Gillet) Wasser
When: 2014-11-15
Collection location: Braga, Portugal [Click for map]
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Cap diam less than 4 or 5 cm. Initially hemispheric with an involute margin, pinkish grey brown, texture granular, flesh white unchanging, odor mild, white bulbous stem with a flaring ring that soon disappears, or it doesn’t develop at all. Stem fibrous, hollow at maturity, cap plane at maturity (with somehow uplifted margin), whitish with grey tones at center or ochre, surface breaking into patches near margin. Gills with pinkish tones and reddish/pinkish after drying. Spore print white with pinkish tones. I’m trying another spore print to confirm. Habitat: road side, suburban, near Cedar. Pine and other trees (deciduous) nearby. Some authors consider this as a variety of Leucoagaricus leucothites.

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These were found nearby, I’m not sure if they are the same
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Gills
By: Elsa (pinknailsgirl)
2014-11-17 18:50:50 EST (-0500)

had a pink flush, after one day they are pinkish, resembling Entoloma. However Entoloma doesn’t have partial veil, does it? Spore print is white with flush of pink and brown (where gills touched the paper?). This thing is intriguing me… any ideas?

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