Notes: Found September 25,2011 in montgomery co, kentucky. Found in an old milk barn with plenty of cow dung and rick black soil. Very little with a red cap,no gills showing and no bruising.Temp 77 degrees. In partial shade/sunlight,very wet/moist soil. About 3/4 to 1 inch
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You can also create lists of observations, although it’s not automatic.
I’ve added some of yours to my list “Fungi from Kentucky”.
I wondered how to get the location listed ,so I kept putting it in the notes.THANKS a bunch and sorry if I wasn’t suppose to put it in the notes I’m new at this and to anyone else looking at this and are new to this I have some advice for you. “IF YOUR NOT SMART DON’T BE AN IDIOT”
Welcome to Mushroom Observer! One of the great features of this website is the ability to place locations on a map and to search by location. I’ve “defined” your location (Montgomery Co., Kentucky, USA) on the website, so if you edit your observation and begin typing “Montgomery Co.” into the location field, it should auto-fill and put your observation in the correct place on the map.
Created: 2011-09-26 00:18:03 AST (+0300)
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