Stubble Rosegill Journal entry

Volvopluteus gloiocephalus is a species of mushroom in the family Pluteaceae. The mushroom is more commonly known as stubble rosegill. The Stubble Rosegill is fairly common in Ireland and Britain, and often seen in fields that have been harvested of a grain crop. The mushroom is safe to be consumed, however, it is not recommended since it can be confused with deadly Amanita species which have similar appearance as the Stubble Rosegill.

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