When: 2014-10-26

Collection location: Antioch, California, USA [Click for map]

Who: Richard E. Lyons (phungusphreek)

No specimen available

Notes:
Found in vegetable garden area. Growing singularly and in groups with some cepitose. Annulus ring prominent. Curved stipe that is somewhat hollow with a pithy center. Stipe is approximately 2 inches tall and 5/8" at slightly swollen base tapering upward to 3/8" at cap. Cap is approximately 4 inches across. Gills pure white, close and free. Cap is dry and has small light tan to brown scales. Plane at maturity. Convex when young. Spore print is white. A slight almond odor is detected in gills. Uncertain of species and definitely leaning towards Lepiota as the genus.

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Group cluster
Gills and annulus ring
Cap margin
Cap face
View of gills upside down
Full view in hand
Free gills and stipe
Young cap

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