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there are a lot of Gymnopus mushrooms that may qualify to be lumped under the heading Gymnopus dryophilus group. Cap color varies, and gill color varies from white to off-white to yellowish. The ones in this obs seem small and thin fleshed with stipes too thin and wiry for dryophilus. These remind me somewhat of G. subnudus, except the caps aren’t at all wrinkled and the habitat seems wrong for subnudus. Maybe the same as obs 205467.
Do you think they’re just dryophilus group?
Created: 2015-06-07 20:55:37 AST (-0400)
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