Notes: strong bleach smell (maybe with raphanoid component)
caps generally grey, but when fresh with light orange-brown disc → beige margin
caps not distinctly frosted
gills tinged barely grey to barely pink to not at all
stem with faint yellow tones
stem paler towards apex
The patch of these was growing right next to, and slightly intermingled with, a patch of very similar bleachy Mycenas – obs 192174. I can’t tell whether they’re the same species.
Micro added – I think everything shown (after first micro pic) is cheilocystidia, not sure, not very good photos… Also not sure why the shots are so messy, maybe I dried them too slowly. I will try to remember to send them to Sava at some point.
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my recent observation of Mycena aetites, but the habitat doesn’t fit, how about M. abramsii? Do you have this one there?http://home.online.no/~araronse/Mycenakey/abramsii.htm
Jacob, I meant “Filipedes” when I wrote “Fragilipedes”: cheilocystidia that are basically clavate and covered with a number of relatively small cylindrical excrescences. (Cheilocystidia are smooth in Fragilipedes.)
I’d look for the “Fragilipedes” cheilocystidia first. See http://home.online.no/~araronse/Mycenakey/metata.htm and the description, drawings and photos of microcharacters there.
If it’s simple to determine, it’s easier for me to scope it myself than to send it out. What would you be looking for?
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