Who: Clive Shirley (myxo)
Lepiota’s are poorly understood in this country and have never been studied so most go unnamed. So normally I avoid these but when they grow in you own back yard I felt I had little choose but to photograph them. Been found in a urban habitat may indicate the are introduced. Found in grass lawn under guava trees.
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I either misread the location or didn’t read it at all. How continent-centric of me.
I was referring to New Zealand lepiota’s I don’t think they have ever been looked at the few that have names are all cosmopolitan species or those that are also present in Australia.
Created: 2011-05-04 02:16:48 EDT (-0400)
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