Found in leaf litter under very old Leptospermum scoparium in native New Zealand forest.
Pileus: 20-50mm in diameter. Hemispheric to plane. Colour silvery blue grey.
Stipe: 50-60mm long by 10-15mm in diameter. Colour pale blue.
Lamellae: Attachment adnate. Close to subdistant. Broad. Colour pale pink.
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This could be the same I found in Australia in the Blue Mountains and that resembled E.bloxamii/pseudobloxamii a lot. …. I’ll have to look for the photos and will post them in future time … keep an eye for it!
Yes, although on white paper they look more pinkish brown, the colour can be seen on the stipe in the close up of the gill attachment.
Great pictures and nice micro shots
Created: 2009-03-03 17:14:30 PST (-0800)
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