Observation 222727: Mycena tubarioides (R.Maire) Kuehner

Clustered at bases of necrotic Typha latifolia L. just above waterline in landscaping water feature.

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Used references: Additional Agaricales on wetland Monocotyledeae in Canada Scott Redhead 1984 Canadian Journal of Botany Volume 62 number 9

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Very cool
By: Rand Workman (Ranmofod)
2015-11-13 09:15:59 WAT (+0100)

Makes me want to stap on my boots and go trompin though the marsh.

Nice find!
By: Sava Krstic (sava)
2015-11-13 08:32:22 WAT (+0100)

Good to see you on MO, Paul. Thanks for posting this rarity, even if it turns out not to be a rarity.


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By: Oluna & Adolf Ceska (aceska@telus.net)
2015-11-12 20:31:06 WAT (+0100)

Welcome to Mushroom Observer! MO needs you and any other good mycologists who collect fungi and deposit their collections in the institutional herbaria.

Look for little mushrooms in marshes
By: Paul Kroeger (kroeger)
2015-11-12 20:05:55 WAT (+0100)

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.

Woah! that’s a neat one, Paul. Thanks.
By: Christian (Christian Schwarz)
2015-11-12 18:11:17 WAT (+0100)

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