When: 2015-05-12

Collection location: 40th Ave., Yakima, Yakima Co., Washington, USA [Click for map]

Who: Drew Henderson (Hendre17)

No specimen available

Notes:
Large, fluffy capped specimens fruiting off the left side of 40th and Nob Hill Blvd. in Yakima, WA.

Elevation: 1500ft.

Temp: 56, raining heavily today and last evening.

Large flush transplanted to our backyard to promote spore dispersal. Final images are of a few of the transplanted FB’s once I dug a small hole and plugged the bulbous base into our lawn. Hopefully a successive flush will occur within the next few months at the new spot.

Pinkish red hues to the base of cap margin. Red juice on my left thumb visible- looked similar to the lactation from Mycena haematopus or sanguinea.

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Note red juice on my left thumb. Similar coloration to Mycena haematopus or M.sanguinea.
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Fresh flush with older deteriorating specimens behind.
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Fresh flush with older deteriorating specimens behind.
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After carefully removing three young FB’s from substrate-transplanted/bases buried in plugs in our back lawn.
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After carefully removing three young FB’s from substrate-transplanted/bases buried in plugs in our back lawn.

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