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  • synonyms: Dark Fieldcap, Lederbrauner Erdschüppling, Sötét rétgomba
    Agrocybe erebia Mushroom
    Ref No: 6895
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    Agrocybe erebia2 Mushroom
    Ref No: 6897
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    location: North America, Europe
    edibility: Inedible
    fungus colour: Brown, Grey to beige
    normal size: 5-15cm
    cap type: Convex to shield shaped
    stem type: Ring on stem
    flesh: Mushroom slimy or sticky
    spore colour: Light to dark brown
    habitat: Grows in woods, Grows on the ground

    Agrocybe erebia (Fr.) Kühn. syn. Pholiota erebia (Fr.) Gillet
    Lederbrauner Erdschüppling Sötét rétgomba Dark Fieldcap. Cap 3–6cm across, convex becoming flattened with a broad umbo, the margin wavy in older specimens, dull clay-brown when dry, darker and slightly viscid when moist. Stem 60–80 x 8–12mm, whitish at first gradually darkening brown from base upwards, with whitish grooved ring. Flesh pale brownish. Gills pale at first then dark umber brown. Spore print very dark brown. Spores ellipsoid, 10–13 x 5–6µ. Cap cuticle cellular. Habitat on bare soil or in leaf litter in deciduous woods. Season autumn. Frequent. Not edible – easily confused with poisonous species. Distribution, America and Europe.

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    Gdañsk Oliwa Trójmiejski Park Krajobrazowy-dolina Samborowo.Poland
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