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Leratiomyces percevalii

Leratiomyces percevalii is a small honey-yellow to cream colored mushroom which favors wood chips and grassy areas. The top of the cap is often adorned with darker scales, while the periphery may be graced with white partial veil remnants.

Leratiomyces percevalii.  Shields Oak Grove, UC Davis Arboretum, Davis, Yolo County, California, USA. Stock Photo ID=FUN0048
Leratiomyces percevalii mushrooms emerging from wood chips. Shields Oak Grove, UC Davis Arboretum, Davis, Yolo County, California, USA.
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Leratiomyces percevalii.  Shields Oak Grove, UC Davis Arboretum, Davis, Yolo County, California, USA. Stock Photo ID=FUN0050
Leratiomyces percevalii, field guide presentation showing the gills of a picked mushroom along with two specimens emerging from wood chips. Shields Oak Grove, UC Davis Arboretum, Davis, Yolo County, California, USA.
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Leratiomyces percevalii.  Shields Oak Grove, UC Davis Arboretum, Davis, Yolo County, California, USA. Stock Photo ID=FUN0051
Leratiomyces percevalii, field guide presentation showing the gills of an alternate (more mature) specimen. Shields Oak Grove, UC Davis Arboretum, Davis, Yolo County, California, USA.
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