Observation 60615: Clitocybe brunneocephala H.E. Bigelow
When: 2010-12-10
Who: Byrain
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Fragrant odor easily likened to C. nuda I found last spring and found growing from woodchips across the path from this observation – http://mushroomobserver.org/60537?q=336K

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By: Byrain
2010-12-12 17:00:54 AEST (+1000)

Good points, thanks for the help.

All brown, no purple
By: Darvin DeShazer (darv)
2010-12-12 14:58:12 AEST (+1000)

The last photo shows a younger fruiting body with an inrolled margin. Blewits are purple when young, especially the gills. C. brunneocephala is common with valley oak.

C. brunneocephala
By: Byrain
2010-12-12 05:57:17 AEST (+1000)

Could you elaborate why you think they are C. brunneocephala? Mushroom demystified claims that they won’t have any purple which this collection doesn’t have, but this collection ( http://mushroomobserver.org/ ) which was found two days earlier across the path did. Couldn’t they be fading blewits? Or are those other ones C. brunneocephala as well?

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