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Coprinopsis variegata?


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This one seems pretty straightforward to me, but I just want to double check in case there could be a similar coprinopsis…I read on Michael Kuo’s website about a coprinopsis atramentaria var. squamosus. 
 

I also read how C. variegata is a summer and fall mushroom whereas C. Atramentaria can be be found in spring, summer and fall. In SE WI conditions are much more cool and springy than summery so far. 
 

These shrooms were found growing gregariously and in clusters on a decaying log (didn’t check what kind). In various stages of deliquescing. 

Spore print dark brown. 
 

 

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