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I found these specimens at the base of a tree with loads of accorns and dead leaves..And also it has been raining alot , this is the 4th hot day this week, but its was still moist in that area though...sorry if this is improper posting ... I just saw mushroom ID ... I am taking prints, but i also noticed that since they were in clusters the sporeload has fall on the other caps..and it looks purple , but I've read that they were supposed to be jet black , but then paul stamets says that any purple or brownish purple prints means Im pretty stoked...can anyone clarify for me ? any and all help is aprreciated thanx in advance. peace..
Habitat:dirt, decomposed accorns,and dead leaves
Gills: The gill color varies from a white to greyish color
Stem: hardy, fibrous
Cap: bolden gold to a brownish color
Spore print color: dark colored
Bruising: No color change was observed.
Location: missouri, st. louis area..
if need be ill take pix of where they are and how they look
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