Observation 8847: Agaricus integer L..
When: 2002-11-02
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: Photo was taken at the Fall 2002 Oregon Mycological Society Mushroom Forage in Tillamook County. Label appears to say Agaricus intiger. I believe the collection shown in the photograph was also taken in Tillamook County. Voucher specimens from this collection should be in the OMS herbarium. Contact Dr. Lorelei Norvell for more information on the collection.

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Used references: PNW key council for description and spelling. http://www.svims.ca/council/Agari1.htm

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Agaricus integer, nom prov. from the PNW Key Council
By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2008-08-10 12:35:07 CDT (-0400)

From the PNW Key Council Agaricus key:

CAP 8-11.5 cm broad; white at first, gradually buff to light ochraceous, then pinkish-gray. ODOR slightly unpleasant almond. GILLS white in very young button then grayish pink. STEM 8-11 cm long, 3 cm thick; smooth clavate with slight bulbous base. RING double cogwheel. HABITAT found in open grassy places with moss.

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