Hypholoma perplexum (Peck) Sacc., 1887 (syn: Agaricus perplexus Peck, 1872) ?;
Perplexing Hypholoma;


 

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I think it again belongs to one of the  Pluteaceae family, Genus Pluteus.
Mushroom sprout – soon after the mid summer rains.

Date/Time :

17 May 2010 1:19PM

Location- Place, altitude and GPS:

 Cheeranahalli, KrishnarajaNagar, Mysore dist

Habitat- garden/ urban/wild/type:

Canal edges

Plant Habit-tree/shrub/climber/herb:

 Mushroom, 

Height/length:

~ 5 cms 

Mushroom Cap (Pileus) Shape/ color 

Young one-White/yellow, Matured Brown

Stipe/ Stalk/Stem-/colour/height/

 Distinct vertical stripes/lines in the young one’s

Gills/Pores/

 Gills/ Cream/white/yellow/ Mature -Brown


Probably this is Hypholoma perplexum


To me also it looks like Hypholoma perplexum ?


 
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