Notes:
This specimen was found on Our NJ Mycological Association foray today in a grassy area near the edge of the woods. It is has a faded blue green cap and stem with a cortina like band on the stipe. The spore print was black. It was handed to me so I didn’t see it until it was picked and handled by several people.

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Black spore print and black ring on the stipe.
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Recognized by sight: Purple brown spore print, bruising blue, season.

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Hi Liz.
By: Dave W (Dave W)
2017-05-07 19:58:26 MDT (-0600)

If you take the spore print on a black medium, then deviation from the color black is easier to notice. (White can cause too much contrast.)

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