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The cap was approximately .75 inches or 1.905 cm in width, and the height was approximately 1.5 inches or 3.81 cm.


Found in a damp wood chip pile, in a forested area.


Pic #4 was taken 9/2/15. Pics #5 and 6 were taken 9/6/15.

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CalebSteindel 6 years ago

Very cool series, Tristan!

Dixie 7 years ago

I've never seen ones like this before. Awesome!

RandyL. 7 years ago

Wow, I wouldn't have guessed those were the same ones. Looks something like Leucoagaricus americanus.

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 7 years ago

Wow now they're getting interesting. Gonna need some underneath shots. Maybe a little mirror might help.

Tristan Pragnell
Tristan Pragnell 7 years ago

I have put more pics on.

RandyL. 7 years ago

Very cool! I am definitely interested in seeing them mature as well. It could be a Gymnopilus species, something like G. luteofolius or thiersii.

dcslaugh 7 years ago

Maybe if it rains more will come up tomorrow too?

Tristan Pragnell
Tristan Pragnell 7 years ago

Yes I can go back, unfortunately it is raining today. So I have little chance of taking any pictures.

PucaK 7 years ago

Any chance you can go back and check these? They're fascinating. I'd love to know what they're going to be when they grow up.

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 7 years ago

I wonder what they will become. No gills or pores showing?

Tristan Pragnell
Spotted by
Tristan Pragnell

Washington, USA

Spotted on Aug 31, 2015
Submitted on Aug 31, 2015

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