Leucocoprinus brebissonii

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Sandy Glade Area


Day 1 – 15 September 2022

They were, sometimes clustered, in leaf litter in an open area of woodland.

This fungus was conical, turning flattened when mature.

The apex was brown, but the rest of the cap white, scaled/fluffy with brown dots near the edge.

The edges had flaking pieces of white flesh.

It was semi-trooping, and the white stems were about 30–45mm tall and 5–7mm across.

The gills were white and semi-close, and the stem sometimes had an annulus.