Notes: found on the top of a Termite hill, clearly a termitomyces species, but could not stick a definitive name to it, Termite hill was part of a banana grove near the Parana river
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will try to get some and make a spore print, will phto it and put on the site, I wonder if other than Termitomyces grow on termite hills and have seemingly filaments going donw(i dug out a part of the termite hill and ended up with a lot of blister from the termite bites)in the nest until the cake(their munched builds where they tend to their fungi) of the termites????
As it appears to be dark spored. Looks more like Agaricus or Pholiota. Kabutiphilippines, can you check the spore print color and/or post some more clear pictures of the underside?
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