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I'm pretty sure this is definitely not active, but I see these everywhere, just wanted to be able to recognize one species at least. Threw it away last night after taking pics so I don't have some of the information needed.
Habitat: Texas, found in grass
Gills: Greyish blue?
Stem: Length, diameter, color, texture, hollow/solid, thin/thick, etc.
Spore print color: Ugh, don't know. Pretty sure it had already dropped spores.
Bruising: None noted.
Other information: Scent was very similar to gourmet.
Quote: TheShroomanizer said: are the gills normally that off green color, or can they be solid white(similar to Amanita Muscaria gills) when fresh?
Only when they are young and have not matured enough to drop there spoor.. (just a day or so) There nik name is "Green Gills" and once they drop there payload there will be spoor that collect on the gills resulting in a green hue...
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