Collection location: Fort Ord National Monument, Seaside, Monterey Co., California, USA [Click for map]
Growing on disturbed soil/debris with a pair of unidentified beetles.
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You are becoming the Agrocybe expert! Make more collections, and make sure you preserve and label them. Try getting photos of the gill cystidia also, and Agrocybe has a lot of taxonomic significance on the cap surface, it’d be nice to see the details there.
Just adding some notes – Funga Nordica states that the spore sizes for A. praecox should be – 8-10 × 5-7 μm. Not sure if that helps…
Created: 2010-03-04 00:08:28 GMT (+0000)
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