Notes: Clustered at bases of necrotic Typha latifolia L. just above waterline in landscaping water feature.
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Makes me want to stap on my boots and go trompin though the marsh.
Good to see you on MO, Paul. Thanks for posting this rarity, even if it turns out not to be a rarity.
Welcome to Mushroom Observer! MO needs you and any other good mycologists who collect fungi and deposit their collections in the institutional herbaria.
Mycena tubarioides is one of those mushrooms that’s probably more common than we imagine. I suspect I’ve seen it over the years, always just out of reach from boardwalks through marshes. Searching wetland monocots often yields rarely reported mushrooms, marshland is a great habitat to target.
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