Observation 296673: Agaricus L.

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Description:

Habitat: Growing in soil/mulch at the base of a ridge under pines in a dense mixed hardwood forest (with some pines). Northwest Georgia.

Gills: cream to light pink, crowded

Stipe: white to gray, mostly smooth, small basal bulb (sorry, it broke off when I was moving it!). Intact white veil near the top of stipe.

Cap: Gray

Spore print: Unable to attain

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Recognized by sight: Possibly a white spore print?

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Right group
By: Rick Kerrigan (rwkerrigan)
2017-11-07 22:40:45 CST (-0500)

If the basal bulb was marginate to cup shaped, you probably had A. pocillator. Otherwise, harder to say which.

Absolutely possible.
By: Lisa Kimmerling (L_Kimmerling)
2017-11-01 12:09:18 CDT (-0400)

@donjonson420 Absolutely possible. I tried for a print on light paper. I need to start doing half & half or just printing on glass slides.

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