Notes: Smoky gilled woodlover on a large Doug fir. Along with (Guepiniopsis alpina) this mushroom has usually stopped fruiting by April here. Weren’t expecting snow and winter mushrooms when we arrived.
Purple brown spore print, viscous cap, whitish gills, tan/whitish translucent stem-NOT BRIGHT GREEN/YELLOW like Hypholoma fasciculare.
Temp: upper 50’s, sunny.
Hypholoma capnoides (Fr.) P. Kumm. on MyCoPortal
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