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They are still fresh and I just checked, but no KOH reaction, at least not on the tissue. I need to look at this under the microscope when I get home.
I have it sitting here on the desk in front of me, along with some trail mix, and I just absent mindedly picked up the mushroom before realizing it wasn’t part of the trail mix and that I shouldn’t eat it… Especially with the KOH.
Anyway, not really sure what the heck this is. Doesn’t look like a Clitocybe really, the gills are not serrated.. Oh, and it was growing from a fallen and well decomposed Quercus agrifolia, CA Coast Live Oak.
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