Notes: Found under near full-canopy tree cover, mostly conifers: Douglas fir, Western hemlock, some scattered true fir (Noble). Specimen looks like an older Agaricus augustus, but with a reddish-brown stipe that is hollow near the base (see cut base). The cap has many brown fibrils/scales. I am perhaps the worst Agaricus identifier on the planet, and generally don’t even try to identify them. But I was intriqued enough to take these pictures of this specimen. Maybe someone else can identify it from these photos.
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Created: 2008-08-23 04:18:55 CDT (-0400)
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