Notes: Solitary immature specimen growing on a mossy bank in mixed forest. Cap measures 22mm across, stem is 90mm long. Red staining at sites of insect damage on stem base and edge of cap. Too young to get any spores. I don’t know of any other white “blushers”, so this is my best guess.
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should go with your eyes and not mine.
I would think that decay would be evidenced by a brown color rather than red. I should also mention that the staining is redder than my underexposed pictures would make you think. Should we call this something else?
rather than being a rubescent response.
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