Observation 58238: Hemimycena lactea (Pers.) Singer
When: 2010-11-02
Herbarium specimen reported
0 Sequences

Notes:
Collection #1516 for the Yosemite Fungal Survey.
These were plentiful in the areas I was collecting but small and so far difficult for me to ID to species.
The few spores that I obtained from a print seemed white, non-amyloid, and pip-shaped, ~ 7-9 X 3-4 microns.

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That is where I ended up too.
By: Richard Sullivan (enchplant)
2010-11-07 21:49:43 CST (-0500)

Nice find!

Thanks Richard, those keys actually reinforced
By: Ron Pastorino (Ronpast)
2010-11-07 21:46:24 CST (-0500)

my original guess of Mycena delicatella aka Hemimycena delicatella which does have adnexed to almost free gills;
> 617a Gills free or adnate, narrow; cap often over 0.5 cm; typically on twigs or needle debris; Hemimycena delicatella

Mycena delicatella (Peck) A.H. Sm. is a synonym.>

The spores are fairly close in size also.

Try this link
By: Richard Sullivan (enchplant)
2010-11-07 21:13:15 CST (-0500)

http://www.svims.ca/council/Mycenoid.htm
I couldn’t find a hemimycena that matched your spore
size and lack of decurrent gills.
I thought of alboleptonia sericella but that has different spores.

Good luck Ron!

Not Hemimycena
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2010-11-07 19:23:31 CST (-0500)

Gills are not decurrant.

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