Softwood (Conifer):

Which best describes this mushroom  growing under a Softwood Tree?

Has a Stipe (stem); With Gills

Has an Annulus (ring around stipe); Cap appears Slimy / Has an Annulus; Cap appears Dry / No Annulus; Cap appears Dry / No Annulus; Cap appears Slimy

Has a Stipe; With Pores

Has an Annulus (ring around stipe); Cap appears Dry / Has an Annulus; Cap appears Slimy / No Annulus; Cap appears Dry / No Annulus; Cap appears Slimy

Puffball OR Puffball-like

tiny spines on cap that rub off & leave scars when older;  “Common or Warted Puffball”:  {Lycoperdon perlatum}

We don’t have any mushrooms further documented within this section yet- but you can probably tell how amazing this will be once its able to co-process your GPS, time-of-year, & elevation to help you identify nearly any biological organism within only ~5 questions!
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