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Agrocybe vervacti

The orange-brown cap, brown spore print and its occurrence on lawns are distinctive for this species.  Common in the Great Lakes region it may be much more widespread across eastern Canada as it is also recorded in Europe.

Caps are 2-4 cm, hemispherical to broadly convex, ochre to orange-brown, dry, smooth.  Stalks are up to 7 cm tall by 8 mm wide, beige to pale orange-brown, slightly roughened, and streaked with darker fibrils. Gills are attached, close, and brown. Spore prints are   brown.  Edibility unknown.