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Ouch you are right ! Time to take notes or open my eyes instead of relying on bad memory.
Spore deposit is not surprising.
It could have grown on dead wood, but definitely of hardwood. I was intrigued by the spore deposit on stipe. Is this frequent in hypholoma ?
Maybe it is a very light Stropharia aurantiaca (Leratiomyces ceres) ???
But I suspect a true Hypholoma, what speaks against lateritium or capnoides? I also suspect this to grow on buried wood or roots. Even consider H. radicosum again.
Is dark/purple. Pholiota would have a lighter orangeish brown deposit, and gills at this stage of maturity would have those hues as well.
Could it be a pholiota ?
Substrate: on leaves, in mixed hardwood forrest.
Created: 2012-07-23 10:41:41 PDT (-0700)
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