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FungusSimocybe sp.

Cap: 14-16 mm wide, convex then flattened with a central domed area, strongly hygrophanous,pruinous, grey brown to olivaceous brown.

Flesh: very thin without distinctive smell.

Gills: adnate (rounded towards stem), moderately distant, grey brown; edge lighter in colour, flat.

Stem: 20mm x 1.5 mm, cylindrical, pruinose, yellowish brown.

Spore print: olive-brown

Often presents with copious amounts of basal mycelium at point of attachment.

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Simocybe sp. at Bermagui State Forest - 23 May 2019
Simocybe sp. at Bermagui State Forest - 23 May 2019

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Simocybe sp.
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Species Information

  • Simocybe sp. Scientific name
  • Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Simocybe sp. locations

Simocybe sp. has been recorded at:

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