A saprobic, found along the length of a moist, decaying limb, next to the edge of a flowing stream. All specimens from the smallest, newly emerging to the larger, more established had the same light brown cap and gill color. I was considering one of the Crepidotus family, possibly C. mollis, though there is no cap scaling visible. The washing of the mushrooms when the water level becomes higher may be a factor in the cap features and appearance. Any help is appreciated.
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Created: 2011-03-04 20:45:59 PST (-0800)
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