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Leucocoprinus birnbaumii, also known as Flowerpot parasol is a bright yellow agaric that frequently occurs in greenhouses and flowerpots, especially with woody plants.
long and bell-shaped, expanding to convex or humped, with a smooth disc and easily detached powdery to fibrillose-granular scales that often becomes greyish brown. The surface under or between the scales is white to pale yellow. Gills
light yellow to white, thin, free from the stem, crowded and covered by a partial veil when young. Stem
narrowly bulbous or swollen at base, tapering to a very narrow apex, hollow. The surface is white and smooth. The ring is well developed but thin and easily detached.
on the First Nature Web site.
on the MushroomExpert.Com Web site.
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