Observation 59192: Psathyrella longipes (Peck) A.H. Sm.
When: 2010-11-18
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Didn’t have any clue where this one goes.
It was growing in grass near the Mycenas I posted earlier.

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The last 4 pictures are the same group of mushrooms 1 day later. Many weren’t even there anymore, I don’t know if they had been picked or just dried up and disappeared.
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The last 4 pictures are the same group of mushrooms 1 day later. Many weren’t even there anymore, I don’t know if they had been picked or just dried up and disappeared.
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The last 4 pictures are the same group of mushrooms 1 day later. Many weren’t even there anymore, I don’t know if they had been picked or just dried up and disappeared.
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The last 4 pictures are the same group of mushrooms 1 day later. Many weren’t even there anymore, I don’t know if they had been picked or just dried up and disappeared.

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Um… any reasons why?
By: Douglas Smith (douglas)
2010-11-19 06:26:06 CST (-0500)

Any reasons why here for P. longipes, and not any other of the probably 40-50 small Psathyrella species? Seems kinda small for P. longipes, and I’m not sure I see any feature which really points to that species?

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