Observation 20784: Agaricales sensu lato
When: 2009-04-29
No herbarium specimen

Notes: This tiny fungi was found growing from the underside of a moss covered log. I was unable to photograph it in its native habitat, so transferred it to the top side of the log.
The delicate specimen had a cap 5mm across and a stem 7mm
When I moved the fungi I also noticed that there were some growths at the base of the stipe. These consisted of a white stem with a round brown\fawn circular cap.
The stipe appeared to be hairy and the caps had pointed growths on it. The edge oh the mantle was uneven.

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AGARICALES UNDERW. IS A TRUE TAXON. THIS OBS SEEM IDENTIFIABLE
By: GALL Alain (GALLA-TAHITI)
2016-06-03 09:00:22 CST (+0800)

http://mushroomobserver.org/comment/comment_search?pattern=AGARICALES+UNDERW.+IS+A+TRUE+TAXON.+THIS+OBS+SEEM+IDENTIFIABLE
Agaricales sensu lato AS BEEN CREATED BY MYXOMOP.
SEE HIS COMMENT ON. http://mushroomobserver.org/name/show_name/31029?q=2mGEk
ACTUALLY.
Agaricales sensu lato 3781 OBS = 252 pages
BUT
Agaricales Underw. 1 OBS = LESS THAN 1 pages
CHANGE THIS SYSTEM FOR AMELIORATE MO.
HELP US FOR IDENTIFICATION.
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naming

How about L.B.J.? for the moment!

Don’t about those.
By: Douglas Smith (douglas)
2009-05-02 17:36:03 CST (+0800)

Don’t know about small fungi at the base, not sure what that might be, or even if those are fungi. But looking closely, this also have serrated gill edges. Fuzzy cap and serrated gills, this is a cool little thing… what ever it is…

reply for DS

Douglas, Yes it was tiny. The whole fungi would fit on your finger nail. (not thumb) It was very difficult to handle without damaging it. Did you notice the even smaller fungi to the right of the subject. What do you think are the small fungi growths at the root base? You will need to look at it full size. (last image)

Wow, thats neat
By: Douglas Smith (douglas)
2009-05-02 16:15:17 CST (+0800)

Wow, that is a neat thing. Was it tiny? It looks fairly small compared to that moss. Not sure what it might be, but it is pretty cool.

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