Collection location: Cattaraugus Co., New York, USA [Click for map]
42.0° -78.0° 488m
Coprinus like mushroom, growing solitary with another immature one a foot away on the same log. About the size of a micaceus also with tiny flecks of brown scales sorry couldn’t focus in them with my camera, growing on a log very small stalk 1/8th; cap maybe 1.5" if wide; gills lt. grey brown
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Some Coprinus species dry out, some deliquesce. But it could be as you thought.
But sorry, I am no expert in them. I am not dealing with brown-spored Agarics they kinda hate me (hahaha).
Nevertheless take some research in the domesticus-group. I think it still is the nearest to this.
Gerhard, is that really you? You have gotten green and hairy!
I actually do have an herbarium specimen if anyone is interested. Either it has gotten very small or I estimated the size wrong for the larger. I was thinking it may deliquesce, but it may have dryed out before it got a chance.
I am not sure but this looks close to Coprinellus domesticus or some pendant from America.
Created: 2012-06-28 16:52:22 PDT (-0700)
Last modified: 2012-06-29 16:30:17 PDT (-0700)
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