Observation 81220: Agrocybe putaminum (Maire) Singer
When: 2011-10-20
(37.863185° -122.315478° )
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: -Growing in wood chips
-Cap, stipe and gills are a buff brown color when young, becoming cinnamon brown with age
-Cap is dry and smooth, but wrinkles with age
-Pileus is conical in immature specimens, becoming convex, then planar, and then upturned
-Mycelial roots are well attached to the mushroom
-Stipe is fibrillose with a bulbous base
-Brown spore print
-Dried specimen part of a personal collection temporarily being held at UC Berkeley

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Used references: mykoweb.com, mushroomexpert.com, Professor Tom Bruns of UC Berkeley

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