Observation 320508: Agaricus amygdalinus Pers. (Site ID) (Mycena filopes)

Notes:
All measurements taken from partially dried specimen

Pileus: 12 mm wide (13 mm radius), conical, yellow with orange fibrillose patches.
Lamellae: Free from the stipe, white when young, becoming brown at maturity.
Stipe: 53 mm long, 3 mm wide, white, fibrillose to tomentose, bulbous at them base, basal bulb 7 mm wide, stipe becoming orangish brown as it dries, especially near the base, annulus high on the stipe (10 mm from the apex), annulus 6mm wide, membranous.
Odor: smells of almonds
Taste: of almonds
Habitat: mixed oak/pine woods (Sweetwater Preserve, Gainesville, Florida, USA)
Chem: KOH: Negative
FeSO4: Negative
NO4OH: negative
Spore color: chocolate brown

Specimen was found during the FALAFEL Sweetwater Mycoblitz and will be donated and accessioned into the fungal herbarium at the University of Florida (Gainesville)

Specimen will be linked to the North American Mycoflora Project (Voucher# 60124)

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Used references: “Agaricus of North America” (2016) Richard Kerrigan
Name suggested by Jacob Pulk
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Used references: “Agaricus of North America” (2016) Richard Kerrigan

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