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Here are new specimens of the same Agaricus I found a week ago, growing in the same spot continuously with a few specimens. And then another bunch popping up after the recent rains! Here is a link to the previous find's post: http://shroomery.org/forums/showflat.php...;o=&fpart=1
This is the main group. Un-altered other than size.
An upclose image of the bunch of the little ones.
Here is an older specimen that is expanding wooohohoh. non-altered.
And this here is the habitat it is growing in: under a bunch of palms in humus rich soil and some of them partially in the grass, in someone's yard.
I am going to see if I can obatin some KOH from school on Monday and check out the yellowing reaction. I cannot reach any conclusions right now. Something needs to be done about these confusing Florida Agaricus, I want to id these.