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Fragil Dabblering

Leucocoprinus Fragilissimus


2 to 3 inches in diameter and 4 inches tall. Very fragile and thin. They fall apart when touched.


Found growing after a heavy rain under some ferns.

1 species ID suggestions

Peggy8 a week ago
Fragile Dapplering
Leucocoprinus Fragilissimus Leucocoprinus fragilissimus | Gyaanipedia Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia


SukanyaDatta 4 days ago

Peggy8...what a pretty spotting...almost like fried eggs!
However, since you know the species ID...why don't you use the Edit option and fill up the blank everyone can see.
The ID suggestion box is for others to use when the spotter doesn't know the ID of the species submitted.Hope this helps. See you on PN.

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Sarasota, Florida, USA

Lat: 27.34, Long: -82.53

Spotted on May 13, 2019
Submitted on May 13, 2019

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