Observation 162455: Gymnopus (Pers.) Roussel

Notes:
Group of small fungi growing in mass of forest litter, and decaying matter held together around the rooting system. The caps were an unusual rounded inverted cup shape.

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Irene

Was after starters comments. It worked. Thanks for your input. Always a pleasure to hear from you. Hope to do some microscopy on this when chance available. Will post results for further comment. Thanks kk

Pluteus
By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2014-04-04 22:45:51 +0545 (+0545)

should have pink spores, you know…

Ian
By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2014-04-04 22:44:50 +0545 (+0545)

There are so many odd mushrooms in your area, and it’s tough for a non-australian to have an opinion :-/
Well, at least this one looks to me like a typical Gymnopus – or former Marasmius that have been incorporated in Gymnopus.

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No-one has commented on this obs yet? Would appreciate any input.

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