Notes: Growing in clusters from an open grassy area (discgolf fairway) after a heavy rain during the summer. The nearest trees or plant life were about 20-30 meters away. Also, two groups of Hygrocybes were found within 10 meters of the suspected Mycenas.
The 2 and 3 photos do a good job at showing the change in gill color as well.
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This was an older observation. My camera finally stopped working completely as of yesterday. As you can tell in these photos and a few others i have the camera had been malfunctioning for a while. Now i get to burn at least 200 on a new one….awesome
Haha, i guess that is why the color was off. But seriously, the camera has stopped with the color problems. Those were actually older photos i had not posted yet. You can see how the camera is back to normal with other more recent photos.
…since it was photographed with jwilliams’ camera, which, as we all know, OD’d a while back on those blue-stemmed psilocybes that were growing in a schoolyard! :)
Could be Lilac Mycena, if gills tinted violet or lilac.
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