Observation 27918: Mycena leaiana (Berk.) Sacc.
When: 2009-11-08
No herbarium specimen

Notes: This was growing in an area up from a stream where there where many rocks piled about. The area is very shady and lays under Eastern Hemlock, Oak and ,Hickory.. These rocks are Covered in different types of lichen. and Mosses.There is also what i have to call a thick biomass of wood, leave litter all covered in lichen and moss. These fungi where coming from a clump of lichen. They are very different from MO observation # 27458 The caps are Viscid oozing goo. striated like that of a Russula. The lichen has white mycellum growing through it. The size is about he size of US Nickel. Spore print is white. This almost resembles a Hygrocybe.

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