Observation 18458: Clitocybula dusenii (Bres.) Singer
When: 2009-02-09
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Here’s the other “form” of that white funnel-capped mushroom. These were growing in grass among wood debris in quite large numbers; CAP 1-3" wide, watery creamy to whitish, margin strongly rolled under, splitting radially; GILL creamy, cross-walls conspicuous, often forking, somewhat thick, very decurrent; STIPE maybe 1/4" thick, solid; SPORES whitish of some sort presumably.

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A bit of everything…
By: Nathan Wilson (nathan)
2009-02-15 23:55:28 CST (-0500)

Wow, there’s a bit of everything in this one – Cantharellus, Clitocybe even Hohenbuehelia are all possibilities. Wish we could see it under a scope.

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