Species: Coprinopsis lagopus (Bull.) Redhead, Vilgalys & Moncalvo Go Back
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Description:
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The cap margin becomes re curved and almost transparent as the spores are shed. There is very little self-destruction of the cap with age displayed in many of the Ink caps.
 
Common name: Woolly Inky Cap
Found: Wood chip or native forest
Substrate: From berried wood and Wood chip
Spore: Black
Height: 100 mm
Width: 35 mm
Season: Throughout the year after rain.
Edible:Unknown but too small and sparse to be worth collocating
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Macro images: Woodchip
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Coprinus lagopusScale barPDD81244
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  Scale = 10mm.
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Coprinopsis lagopusScale bar 
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  Scale = 10mm.
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Coprinopsis lagopusScale bar 
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  Scale = 17mm.
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Coprinopsis lagopusScale bar 
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  Scale = 8.7mm.
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Coprinopsis lagopusScale bar  
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  Scale = 8.7mm.
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Coprinopsis lagopusScale bar  
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  Scale = 9mm.
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Macro images: Native Bush
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Coprinopsis sp.Scale bar  
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  Scale = 11.5 mm
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Coprinopsis sp.Scale bar  
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  Scale = 6.5 mm.
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Coprinopsis sp.Scale bar  
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  Scale = 6 mm.
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Coprinopsis sp.Scale bar  
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  Scale = 8 mm.
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Micro images:
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Coprinopsis sp.  
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  Magnification = 400x
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Coprinopsis sp.  
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  Magnification = 400x
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