Observation 23139: Lepiota aspera group
When: 2009-07-12
Herbarium specimen reported
0 Sequences

growing in what appears to be some sort of moss. Little bumps or warts decorated the top of the mushroom. White spore print.

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Lepiota aspera group probably
By: else
2009-07-16 15:33:08 PDT (-0700)

Lepiota aspera / L. acutesquamosa might be a good candidate name for this.
Look at the spores and the cells on the lamella edge – they should be relatively slender and balloon-shaped, resp.

Can’t identify
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2009-07-15 19:41:41 PDT (-0700)

but appears to be one of those species trying to become a truffle. With a white spore print (surprise!), Amanita is always a front-runner. However, the gills seem to be crowded and growing together, or fusing. There is an extensive covering of some of the gills (part of the annulus? or is it something else?). I don’t know enough about the hypogeous (usually) relatives of Amanita and Macrolepiota to be sure of what this is. But it is interesting!

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