Observation 174758: Laccaria tortilis (Bolton) Cooke
When: 2014-08-20
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Found amidst Lunularia cruciata, a liverwart, on soil and tree chips, used as mulch on the site. Compare to MO 152890, 152893, and 152345.

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Lunularia cruciata is the host plant (broad leaved liverwart).
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Second photo showing liverwart. There is a stipe, central. The stipe barely elevates the gills above the surrounding moss, which are still taller than the liverwart.
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Another sporocarp, amidst liverwarts and bark mulch.
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Fluted gills.
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Normal Laccaria form, with gills underneath the cap. Only specimen found, this was no more than 4mm across.

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Used references: Previous obs. from Adventist Hospital of Laccaria tortilis among Lunuaria cruciata.

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