Observation 1995: Hygrocybe miniata (Fr.) P. Kumm.
When: 2007-01-10
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Very small hygrocybes that might be the same species as observation 1994. Total height 23 mm. On the larger one the pileus, measured from umbo to edge was 7 mm and both were moist. Gills yellow, attached and may be decurrent. It was hard to determine at this size. The stipe was 2 mm wide. Growing in duff under bay, black oak, douglas fir.

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Just wasn’t sure
By: Debbie Drechsler (debdrex)
2007-01-16 22:30:31 EST (-0500)

Last year, when I was just starting out with trying to id mushrooms, I was sure these were miniata. This year I wasn’t feeling quite so certain. I thought the H. miniata had a granular surface. Not that that would be so easy to see at this size.

H. miniata?
By: Nathan Wilson (nathan)
2007-01-15 22:33:17 EST (-0500)

I generally call these little, bitty orange and red Hygrocybes, H. miniata. That’s probably an over generalization, but I’m not sure how much further you’d get without a scope.

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