Observation 204562: Agrocybe pediades group
When: 2015-05-17

Notes: Several scattered among a gregarious fruiting of Paneolina foenisecii in suburban residential lawn. Cap initially slightly tacky in early morning when dew is on the grass; later dry and fading from yellow to a light buff color. Older caps develop cracks. Gills originally light gray-brown but darken to brown with age. Spore print light-to-medium brown.

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Older caps fade to a light buff and develop cracks.
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This photo shows “fresh” color of cap before it begins to fade and crack..

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