#AgaricusCampestris

#RosédesPrés
Le chapeau est blanc, parfois faiblement jaunissant et recouvert de petites écailles, ou soyeux à fibres rayonnantes. Il mesure 5 à 10 cm de diamètre. D’abord de forme hémisphérique, il s’aplatit à maturité.
La chair blanche devient légèrement rougeâtre en cas de meurtrissure. Le goût est doux.
Les lames, d’abord roses, puis rouge-brun, deviennent brun foncé à maturité. Les spores sont elles aussi de teinte brun foncé.
Le pied qui ne dépasse pas 7 cm de haut est blanc et porte un anneau mince inconstant.

#MeadowMushroom
The cap is white, may have fine scales, and is 5 to 10 centimetres (2.0 to 3.9 in) in diameter; it is first hemispherical in shape before flattening out with maturity. The gills are initially pink, then red-brown and finally a dark brown, as is the spore print. The 3 to 10 centimetres (1.2 to 3.9 in) tall stipe is predominantly white and bears a single thin ring. The taste is mild. The white flesh bruises a dingy reddish brown, as opposed to yellow in the inedible (and somewhat toxic) Agaricus xanthodermus and similar species. The thick-walled, elliptical spores measure 5.5–8.0 µm by 4–5 µm. Cheilocystidia are absent.

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