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I have found occurs in the forest, on/nearby wood. Specimens I have collected had dry caps, but the weather may be an influence. I agree that the ring type is unusual for an Agrocybe. First time I found one of these I thought it was a Stropharia. But the spore print was the dull cigar brown type which supported Agrocybe. My collections have keyed out very well as per B/B/F.
I think it is the flared upward ring that is a problem for me. It could be environmental. This species grows in my lawn and I see it at the Cain Foray in Ontario where it also fruits in a grassy area.
More pics: http://www.mycoquebec.org/... erebia/ Agrocybe brun&tag=Agrocybe erebia&gro=35
To me, it looks like a Stropharia species.
The sticky cap is atypical for the genus Agrocybe, but typical for
some Stropharia species.
What makes you think this is an Agrocybe?
Is a basidiolichen. Not sure what that agaric is…
what I have IDed as A. erebia in the past. Prominent striations on upside of ring. The few times I’ve found this type have been in late Sept Oct.
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