Observation 18461: Rhodocollybia Singer
When: 2009-02-09
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Three together next to a Coprinus in leaves by trail; CAP 2-3" wide, slight umbo, striate with superficial radial cracks in context, darker in center; GILLS off-white, rough irregular edge, somewhat distant, v notched; STIPE 3-4" long by 1/2" thick, whitish to brownish, twisted-striate-fibrous, shiny smooth, abrupt bulb at base with white fuzz; SOPRE must be whitish; OTHER no odor.

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I like Irene’s suggestion of Rhodocollybia
By: Nathan Wilson (nathan)
2009-02-16 05:47:59 CET (+0100)

The ragged edges on the gills and the stature look right. The color is unusual for North America, but you aren’t exactly in Kansas :-).

Created: 2009-02-15 21:00:43 CET (+0100)
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