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A buddy and I found tons of mushrooms in wood chips in the puget sound WA. The gills were long tightly packed and attached. The spores were chocolate brown. The caps were large 2-4 inches, the steps smaller. the caps where white to skin tone color some that were dry were cracking. The stem bruised a dark brownish color. no scent.
a. Habitat (where [state/province/country] and what does it grow on) b. Characteristics of the gills (color, attached/not, gills/pores, etc) c. Measurements of cap and stem. d. Characteristics of the stem (color, texture, hollow/solid, thin/thick, etc) e. Characteristics of the cap (color, texture, conical/spherical, convex/concave, etc) f. Spore print color (very important!) g. Color that the mushroom bruises h. Scent of mushroom
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