Mycena inclinata group Tricholomataceae, Agaricales
Small light brownish-gray mushroom with blunted cone-shaped cap and a long stalk
Cap: 1.5-3.5 cm wide, bell-shaped or blunted cone-shaped when young up to gentle cone or almost flat with small light-brown knob (usually 1/3 of a cap is blunted upper cone, lower part of a cap is a gentle cone); smooth and some radially grooved or lined; concentric coloring is common, central part is light brown, outer part is brownish-gray, light brownish gray or light gray.
Gills: attached with notching, distant and moderately broad with short and very short additional gills, white or whitish; flesh is thin and white.
Stalk: 3-8 cm long, 0.3-0.6cm thick and slightly enlarged down, some fibrous and hollow, whitish upper part and brownish-gray or brown lower part.
Edibility: no accurate data.
Habitat: small clusters minor small groups on decaying wood, sometimes covered with moss in pine-tree forest.
Season: July – September
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Created: 2014-12-01 05:39:19 PST (-0800)
Last modified: 2014-12-01 05:39:28 PST (-0800)
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