Observation 300671: Armillaria (Fr.) Staude

Notes:
Unknown Species, growing in Large Clusters from a central point, at the base of the fence in my backyard. Growing from mix of gravel, dirt, moss, and rotting wood. Found after heavy rainfall. Gills are White to Yellow, and Both Species have White Spores. Larger Species has prominent white ring and the Smaller Species has Multiple scaly rings. Both Mushrooms very firm.

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Larger Specimen grew very dark and most flattened out over time. Smaller brown species turned much lighter in color and grew to be about the same size as the larger cluster. They also mostly stayed closed.
Both have white Spores
“Larger Species”
“Smaller Species”
Larger Species, one week after first observation.
Smaller Species, one week after initial observation
The two long ones are the “Smaller Species” and there is one of the Larger Specimens in the larger of the next sections over, with an darker orange mushroom from my yard. Notice the toxic amenita buttons? Lol

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Created: 2017-11-28 01:20:03 CST (-0600)
Last modified: 2018-06-21 01:00:02 CDT (-0500)
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