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Working on bluing pholiotina right now, should have it up soon!
You know that I do not own a microscope, I did send a few specimens to the person that I sent the suspected gymnopilus aeruginosus. He is going to look at both under his scope and if I remember correctly he has an oil immersion lens so hopefully he can get some measurements. I am just waiting to hear back from him. I will keep everyone updated When I find out more about them.
The stems of these seem firmer than most none bluing conocybe that I have found. They uprooted fairly easy with a little tug. They are quite a small mushroom, I would guess less than 5 inches. I did notice that the mycelium they were growing from did not form a very large mat and they were only growing in a small cluster of 10 or less in one small area. The mushrooms were growing from wood chips and not grass or moss like previously reported.
Do the stems uproot quite easily?
Created: 2011-11-29 16:01:31 EST (-0500)
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