These were found in sand, near willow at the edge of water. They were in a group and the largest one was 1.5 cm across with a stipe 1 cm long and 4mm across.
- In youth the gills are light colored, aging to pale brown and are notched but also very slightly decurrent
- Spore print is a dark yellow/brown
- Stipe has a whitish coating which, when rubbed off, reveals dark red brown flesh
Which stands for Yet Another Small Brown Inocybe. Which is a group of poorly understood mushrooms. Even after John gets together enough descriptions they will still be something 20 species that look about the same, but have microscopic differences. (Just a prediction…)
Created: 2007-03-26 16:56:30 PDT (-0700)
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