This mushroom was found growing on the grass near some trees. This mushroom is the easiest to identify out of the ones I have found. It has an evenly rounded, convex cap with scales appressed. It is a mushroom with close, emarginate gills. The gill breadth is narrow, and they are close or even sometimes crowded. The edges are even and entire. It has a stalk/stem that is located in the centre, and it is round/equal. It has a skirt/ring. It also has a volva/sack with mycelium growing within the grass. It is bright red in colour with the white scale appressed. I can tentatively identify this mushroom as Amanita muscaria, also known as “Fly Agaric.”

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