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Parasol Macrolepiota procera

This edible, cream coloured, large agaric can reach up to 25cm in diameter and 30cm in height. The white gills and brown-marked stem bearing a prominent double ring make this mushroom quite identifiable.

Conservation status

Not threatened.

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One parasol found in Norfolk in 2007 was 44cm high.

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