Notes: A medium to large mushroom found on the ground in a stand of Norway spruce and in grass bordering this stand. I thought this might be one of the large infundibulocybes, but the gills are definitely not decurrent.
Clitocybe nuda (Fr.) H.E. Bigelow & A.H. Sm. on MyCoPortal
Clitocybe nuda on MycoBank
Alternative Name: Lepista nuda (Bull.) Cooke
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Draft For Wild Mushrooms Of The Northeastern United States By Erlon (Private)
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I see the purple coloring.
@walt, the cap usually fades far more so then cap and stems, I would expect to see some purple on a specimen of that age, after the cap has become completely white maybe less so.
Fade as the caps age. Abundant rain may be a factor as well. We had the entire spectrum at our OMS foray this weekend.
I’ve added two photos that more clearly show the purple tinge on the cap and gills.
I am seeing no purple on either the stem or gills, why do you think this is Clitocybe nuda?
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