When: 2011-11-29

Collection location: Cascadia State Park, Cascadia, Linn Co., Oregon, USA [Click for map]

Who: maynardjameskeenan

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specimens I have
By: maynardjameskeenan
2013-07-08 13:30:03 CST (+0800)

These are the ones you have.
http://mushroomobserver.org/134561?q=1M4Aq
This observation was made years ago, I think neo ended up with most of them.

Are these the specimens I have? or are they from a different observation.
By: Caleb Brown (Caleb Brown)
2013-07-08 06:43:24 CST (+0800)

Working on bluing pholiotina right now, should have it up soon!

What size are the spores?
By: maynardjameskeenan
2011-11-30 06:07:53 CST (+0800)

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.

What size are the spores?
By: Alan Rockefeller (Alan Rockefeller)
2011-11-30 06:00:25 CST (+0800)
Do the stems uproot quite easily?
By: maynardjameskeenan
2011-11-30 05:25:49 CST (+0800)

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.

Nice find
By: Image Sharer (image sharer)
2011-11-30 05:09:16 CST (+0800)

Do the stems uproot quite easily?