Observation 18838: Gymnopilus P. Karst.
When: 2009-08-17
Collection location: Jilin, China [Click for map]
Who: fan9
No herbarium specimen

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35% (5)
Recognized by sight
3% (4)
Recognized by sight: Greenish stem

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By: Modified Hypothesis (Modified Hypothesis )
2009-06-05 16:02:04 EDT (-0400)

i dunno if you have ever seen active gyms but the blue green in a similar colour to that having picked a few myself, but never that spiecies mine were luetus and spectabilis

By: Shane Marsh (Mushane)
2009-06-05 11:32:03 EDT (-0400)

I dont see any blue coloration on the entire mushroom dudenj.

There is a slight greening which Alan pointed out as a sign that it might be Armillaria sp, but ive seen plenty of Galerina etc with green stems as well.

I doubt this is an active Gymnopilus.

By: Modified Hypothesis (Modified Hypothesis )
2009-06-05 09:16:41 EDT (-0400)

is it just me or does there appear to be blueing in the stem

on GROUND!!!
By: Timoteo (Timoteo)
2009-03-02 13:36:31 EST (-0500)

I have found many gymnopilus species fruiting in pastures, it look like they are fruiting from the soil but there is always buried wood.

on ground?
By: Gerhard Koller (Gerhard)
2009-02-25 16:11:03 EST (-0500)

Was it surely on the ground or connected with buried wood or woody rests?It looks like a ringless Armillaria.

maybe not
By: fan9
2009-02-24 23:21:29 EST (-0500)

maybe not, it is on the ground under alnus shrub,where are full of sandy stones produced by volcano eruption

By: Debbie Viess (amanitarita)
2009-02-24 23:15:09 EST (-0500)
this is an alpine species probably associated with Alnus shrub.
By: fan9
2009-02-24 23:04:07 EST (-0500)

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