Observation 150335: Mixed collection
When: 2013-10-28
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Stuff

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By: Hunter hunter
2013-10-29 22:23:44 COT (-0500)
Yes the blue stipe belongs to a cyanescens I found off of a pile of chips along the road that was left by the power crew from clearing limbs. The smaller lbm with the ring I think is a pholiota. All of these are resting on top of what I think was pluteus salicinus. I should have documented it a lil better. I did do a seperate post with the pluteus.
Bluing stipe
By: Daniel B. Wheeler (Tuberale)
2013-10-29 12:32:38 COT (-0500)

suggests Psilocybe. Other small mushrooms have brown stipes, and therefore not the same species. Largest mushroom has pinkish-gills, lighter cap. Could be Pluteus (gills free?), or Lepista nuda at this time. Parts of Multnomah County have had a frost now.

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