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The cap cuticle has not broken up into scales on this button, but it would when it expands. ID was based partly on the raised rim to the bulb, visible in the first photo. Habitat was under live oak and incense cedar along a path with landscaping chips in a housing track.
in C. brunneum? My observation 28015 as well as others show dramatically more scaes on the cap than this observation which shows no scaling on the cap. Also, your collection seems to have a much more bulbous stipe base than mine and most other collections. Is this common in your area? I wonder if it might be a distinct variety? Could you comment on habitat?
Created: 2009-11-12 02:49:03 EET (+0200)
Last modified: 2009-11-12 02:49:03 EET (+0200)
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