Observation 213310: Agaricus augustus Fr.
When: 2015-08-20
No herbarium specimen

Notes: No strong unpleasant odour,
Slight almond odour
Growing under Douglas-fir trees, cespitose (base of stems joined)
Yellow stains with age on surface of cap and stem.

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Recognized by sight
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Recognized by sight: Really don’t know, not familiar with it, just throwing it out there.
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Recognized by sight: Collected in the Western Canada, A subrufescens is an eastern species (Arora)
Used references: single to gregarious or cespitose [in tufts], in litter under Sequoia, Picea (spruce), Tsuga (hemlock), or occasionally Quercus (oak), or under planted Cupressus (cypress) or Pinus (pine), usually near roads or paths, or rarely in lawns near trees, fruiting year round, (Kerrigan for California),spring, summer, or fall, (Miller)

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Eye3 = Observer’s choice
Eyes3 = Current consensus


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