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Coprinellus truncorum

posted 23 Apr 2017, 15:43 by Jamie Derkenne

Coprinellus = Coprinus truncorum, growing in grass at the Upper Allyn river, April 22, 2017. This species has yellowish caps, darkening towards the centre with prominent white flecks on the cap surface, most of which have been washed off by days of rain. Fuhrer (41) says this species is identical on a macro scale to Coprinellus micaceus, but it seems evidently different to the micaceus species we have photographed.




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