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Hypholoma sublateritium can be spectacular, bright purple with day-glo yellow veil. Other Hypholomas and yellow Pholiotas also are nice.
we had a demo of this at a Wildacres foray a few years back.
it takes that one obsessive mushroomer to bring a black light to a foray, though.
I know what you mean. Every so often I find a Telamonia that seems to only have a purple sheen when I look sideways at it.
To me it appears as a watery brownish-grey with the barest hint of amethyst.
Very cool observation!
Is there a little bit of purple-amethyst tone over the upper stipe?
Created: 2012-05-11 22:38:09 PDT (-0700)
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