Chlorophyllum rachodes
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Description:
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Separating C. brunneum from C. rachodes can be difficult for a novice. Fortunately, there is no need as both are eatable. However, care is needed not to confuse these with the similar species C. molybdites, which has a green spore print. Even though it's not as known in New Zealand, it does need to be confirmed if poisoning is to be avoided.
Common name: None
Found: Urban habitats
Substrate:Ground
Spore: White
Height: 120 mm
Width: 80 mm
Season: Autumn
Edible: Yes
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Macro images:
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Leucoagaricus species
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Scale= 10 mm.
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Leucoagaricus species
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Leucoagaricus species
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Scale= 20 mm.
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Hidden Forest
Forest Fungi