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Green-spored Lepiota

A mushroom common in lawns, pastures and meadows which may appear as a fairy ring.  This mushroom is poisonous and when viewed from the underside presents gills with a gray-green color.  Photo by Laurel Woodley.

Chlorophyllum molybdites (= Lepiota morgani) has a white cap and green spores
Latin Name: 
Chlorophyllum molybdites (= Lepiota morgani)
Family Name: 
Agaricaceae
Place of Origin: 
Florida to California
Garden Location: 
Tram Road near the Maze
Season: 
Aug
Sep