LBM growing from a log along with a Cladonia lichen (obs. 13061).
The LBM was extremely tiny, its cap at most 2mm wide.
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I outgrew putting things in my mouth that I couldn’t positively identify sometime around my third birthday. It’s one reason I pretty much never eat Chinese food. :)
It looks like one of the many small Galerina species, that have to be checked in a microscope for the shape of the spores and cystidia. Most of them have a mealy taste, but I guess you didn’t eat it?
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