Notes:
Pink cap overall, smooth. Cap=9cm wide. Incurved margin. Odor=pleasant/light. Stem=white, bulbous at base.
Fruiting singularly beneath transplanted, non native, mature Redwood and Douglas fir.
Gills=white.
Spore print=white.

Although light pink capped, the association with California redwood and large size for a Lepiota/Leucoagaricus makes me think L. Cupresseus could be a possibility or genetically similar.

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Initial observation on 10/19/18.
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Initial observation on 10/19/18.
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On 10/21/18 prior to harvest for herbarium.
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10/21/18. Pink hued cap remaining to maturity. Far larger than L. rubrotinctus/rubrotinctoides. Note universal veil.
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10/21/18. Pink hued cap remaining to maturity. Far larger than L. rubrotinctus/rubrotinctoides. Note universal veil.
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10/21/18. Pink hued cap remaining to maturity. Far larger than L. rubrotinctus/rubrotinctoides. Note universal veil.
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10/21/18. Pink hued cap remaining to maturity. Far larger than L. rubrotinctus/rubrotinctoides. Note universal veil.

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