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Lepiota aspera

Observed: 18th July 2012 By: D.M.H.D.M.H.’s reputation in Fungi and LichensD.M.H.’s reputation in Fungi and LichensD.M.H.’s reputation in Fungi and LichensD.M.H.’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
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lepiotagills
Description:
Identifications

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

flaxton's picture

This species is separated

This species is separated from L aspera by having a dark line along the gill edge and smaller spores. I cannot see the gill edge closely enough but was it dark?

D.M.H.'s picture

I don't think so but I will

I don't think so but I will have better look at originals,cheers.

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D.M.H.'s picture

Gills are creamy white with

Gills are creamy white with no dark edge.

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