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Aug 13, 2017 6:40 PM CST
Your help is greatly appreciated!
Aug 13, 2017 6:44 PM CST
|Looks like it may be this:
Crucibulum laeve (Agaricaceae)
Off-white cap and stem with thick white gills,
base with long tap-root like structure.
This saprobe grows on decaying debris of
hardwoods, and does not typically grow on logs
or stumps unless they are well decomposed.
The white gills on this mushroom turn bright
orange when left dry for a few years, helping to
identify them in old herbarium collections.
Or Possibly this:
Lycoperdon pyriforme (Lycoperdaceae)
Large whitish cap with scales and green spores.
Found on the ground, often in grass.
Green spores are a character that distinguish
this POISONOUS species from the edible
parasol. The gills of this mushroom
will also appear green.
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