Collection location: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada [Click for map]
Who: Jonathan M
Found on the ground in a grassy area , apart from one birch no other tree nearby.
It also interesting that my specimen also grow on grassy ground and don’t really have a black stem.
(note : the area of wich I found this specimen have been destroyed to make place to a road.
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Those are photosensitive … might not have had enough sun at
that size to turn the stem black. I’ve seen them under bark
that look almost like farmed enoki.
I made a similar observation of Flammulina like mushrooms that appeared terrestrial (probably from buried wood) and did not show the very dark stalks.
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