Observation 369114: Agaricus L.

When: 2019-06-11

Collection location: Littleton, Colorado, USA [Click for map]

Who: S Rausch (MileHighFly)

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Collection number: S Rausch 19-003

Notes:
Found growing in wood chips beneath cottonwood trees. It did not stain red or yellow leading me to believe it is this specie. Smells of grocery store button mushrooms but with a much stronger mushroom smell. The gills are young but already appear pink. A strong attached veil at this young age

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By: S Rausch (MileHighFly)
2019-06-15 09:34:12 CDT (-0500)

I would agree with the change to agaricus l . For the fact of the veil and the substrate. Except you can see lots of mulched grass in the picture, it’s right on the fringe of wood and grass, making this an interesting subject. Also the other agaricus found in this area stain yellow pretty intensely when bruised, this one showed no reaction, that is the only reason I mention that.

Fairly thick, membranous…
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2019-06-14 10:56:45 CDT (-0500)

remnants of partial veil clinging to the cap margin seems wrong for A. campestris. I thought about proposing “Agaricus sect. Arvenses”, except the collector reports the gill color as “pink”.

The substrate…
By: Soloist
2019-06-13 23:34:02 CDT (-0500)

…is off as A. campestris is a grass decomposer, also, never seen one be so overly brown. Also, plenty of mushrooms don’t stain

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