[admin – Sat Aug 14 02:00:52 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘Great Circle Earthworks, Ohio, USA’ to ‘Great Circle Earthworks, Licking Co., Ohio, USA’
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beautiful specimens even though they are old, I never get tired of finding this species.
i often encounter this species of Leucoagaricus on trails in the woods, growing in wood debris.
Only one of the specimens has an intense red stipe. The others … don’t.
As for the tapering stipe vs. abruptly bulbous base, same thing. One specimens has, the others don’t.
There are many differences, but I suppose the most obvious ones are the intense red staining of this species, and the tapering rather than abruptly bulbous base.
How do these differ?
Created: 2010-06-25 23:40:55 CEST (+0200)
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