Observation 6105: Entoloma subgenus Leptonia (Fr. : Fr.) Noordel.
When: 2008-01-19
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Notes:
I know it’s a leptonia but am not certain about the species. It looks bluer in the photo than in life. Arora describes L. carnea’s pileus as densely fibrillose or fibrillose-scaly, which fits better than his description of L. parva (finely fibrillose). In the photo the gills can be seen to be edged with blue/black, but don’t look serrate. The stipe is slightly scaled. This was found along with pine, oak, bay. Pileus was 2.8cm, stipe 3mm and total height (in ground) 3.7cm.

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