Observation 133265: Hygrocybe subminiata Murrill
When: 2012-10-05
No herbarium specimen

Notes: “Ecology: Saprobic in hardwood forests and probably in conifer forests as well; growing gregariously; summer through winter; widely distributed in North America” (Mushroomexpert.com)

This was found growing at base of sabal palm in bovine field surrounded by Slash Pines, sabal palms, and saw palmettos

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Recognized by sight
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Recognized by sight: Cap: Up to 1.5 cm; broadly convex or more or less flat; slimy; fairly smooth; bright red; the margin usually wavy and sometimes thinly lined.
Gills: Running down the stem; distant or nearly so; whitish or yellowish.
Stem: Up to 3 cm long and 2 mm thick; more or less equal; dry or moist, but not slimy; smooth; yellow.
Spore Print: White.

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