Habitat of these heavilly bluing Mycena was by the side of a road in grass, I’m aware of the fact that Mycena amicta tends to grow on wood, but it’s not impossible that the substrate itself was burried.
I did notice a gelatinous pellicle.
The bluing was almost green in some places.
I do not have a microscope but if someone wants to take a closer look at these I’d be happy to send out a print or dried specimen.
[admin – Sun Nov 14 14:13:43 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘Mhère, Nièvre, France, Europe’ to ‘Mhère, Nièvre, France’
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