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Brynna Woods fungus 9Aug 2013 001

Observed: 9th August 2013 By: marksteermarksteer’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensmarksteer’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensmarksteer’s reputation in Fungi and Lichensmarksteer’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
Brynna Woods fungus 9Aug 2013 001
Brynna Woods fungus 9Aug 2013 002
Brynna Woods fungus 9Aug 2013 003
Brynna Woods fungus 9Aug 2013 005
Description:

Cap 7cm slightly concave greyish with slightly greenish tinge slightly ridged.
Gills white and evenly spaced. Spore print cream.
Stipe 5cms x 12mm slightly bulbous at base. Section stipe slightly fibrous and white.
No appreciable smell.
Under crab apple trees in ground

Identifications

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Fungus interacts

Comments

Fenwickfield's picture

Genus

I think it is the Genus Tricholoma but cannot narrow it down any further,do you have an idea of the soil type ie Acid,Calcareous,sandy or clay as this helps too.

Thanks

Fenwickfield

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Soil is probably slightly

Soil is probably slightly acid and near to marsh but fairly dry under apple trees. Spore print is definitely creamy colour.

Thanks

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