Agaricus subrufescens Peck
Aimee Rydarowski 1
Verbatim Date: 2018-8-11
United States, Georgia, Decatur
Found next to decaying logs and sticks in a gully after a lot of rain. Smells faintly of almonds when I squeeze the gills. Pronounced skirt-like annulus when I collected but quickly fell off in the bag I brought them home in. Flesh is white and not staining. Young specimen's gills are light buff-pink under partial veil. Dark brown spore print as seen on cap in one of the pictures. This cap was situated under another cap of the same type. Am trying to distinguish it from Agaricus placomyces.
Rights Holder: MO Observers
Record Id: 3375a4cf-04ed-40be-99a5-dbb1856abddb