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Questionable Stropharia (Stropharia ambigua)

The questionable Stropharia (Stropharia ambigua) is a common mushroom found in hardwood and coniferous forests throughout western North America. Its yellow to buff cap is viscid when moist, and the periphery is often adorned with white partial veil remnants.

Questionable Stropharia (Stropharia ambigua).  Chaw'se / Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park, Pine Grove, Amador County, California, USA. Stock Photo ID=FUN0233
Questionable Stropharia (Stropharia ambigua), wide-angle view showing the mushroom in relation to its environment. A reconstructed U'macha (traditional Miwok home) can be seen in the background. Chaw'se / Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park, Pine Grove, Amador County, California, USA.
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Questionable Stropharia (Stropharia ambigua).  Amador County, California, USA. Stock Photo ID=FUN0173
Questionable Stropharia (Stropharia ambigua), cluster of mushrooms at different stages. Amador County, California, USA.
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Questionable Stropharia (Stropharia ambigua).  Amador County, California, USA. Stock Photo ID=FUN0174
Questionable Stropharia (Stropharia ambigua), field guide presentation showing the gills and base of a picked mushroom along with multiple mushrooms still growing. Amador County, California, USA.
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