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Parasol

Observed: 19th November 2011 By: RefugeeRefugee’s reputation in Fungi and LichensRefugee’s reputation in Fungi and LichensRefugee’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
Parasol
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Description:

These were found growing under pine on limestone soil. Non attached gills and up to 14cm across the cap. Smell like shop bought mushrooms. They look like a fragment of a fairy ring.

Identifications

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

Refugee's picture

Gills

I thought the gills were a bit dark for Shaggy Parasol.

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Smell

Like shop bought mushrooms.
I did not cut the stem.

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flaxton's picture

So not Agaricus augustus.

So not Agaricus augustus.

garrymcc's picture

A. silvaticus perhaps?

blushing wood mushroom?

flaxton's picture

Probably but without the

Probably but without the confirmation of a red flush to the flesh we will never know.

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Next visit

I am too busy for now so it will have to be next weekend if there are any still good enough.
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