Found under spruce and fir.
Very small, only 4-6 mm in diameter, in among the needle duff. They had no discernible odor, but with the colors, and hygrophanous cap, I’m not sure what else they could be.
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I don’t think I saved these, and they were perhaps too young to even have spores. But just last week I found more of these from the same place. I’ve saved these, and at some point maybe I’ll take a look at the spores.
Could this be a Callistosporium or a different Rhodocybe?
Created: 2010-08-24 16:00:04 CDT (-0400)
Last modified: 2010-08-24 16:00:06 CDT (-0400)
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