On rotting wood, under pine and D. fir, and scrub.
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Mycena filopes – long thin colorless stipes, off-white caps with darker disc grey to light grey-brown, non-viscid, thin flesh even for a Mycena, slightly umbonate with a flaring cap, margin curved downward.
That will pretty much do it, the umbonate but rounded cap is a fairly good feature I was told.
I don’t doubt this ID at all – I just wanna know what characters to look for so I can recognize it.
Created: 2009-02-20 13:57:04 CST (-0500)
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