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mushroom/ fungi

coprinus calyptratus

Description:

Genetically they are closer to animals than to plants

Habitat:

fungi can be found in environments that are cold and dry or both. they are solitary or in small groups in sparse grass and sandy soils along the coast also in arid, sagebrush country east of the sierra nevada; uncommon.

Notes:

EDIBILITY : UNKNOWN THANK YOU ORBEA.

1 Species ID Suggestions

orbea
orbea 8 years ago
Coprinus calyptratus
Coprinus calyptratus California Fungi: Coprinus calyptratus


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1 Comment

orbea
orbea 8 years ago

I'm not completely convinced these aren't Coprinus comatus, but I think C. calyptratus looks promising, cool!

California, USA

Spotted on Aug 9, 2013
Submitted on Aug 9, 2013

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