Observation 276530: Marasmiineae Aime et al.

Notes:

Substrate: on corticate, small stick

Habitat: montane to high-montane, humid, secondary mountain forests

Ecoregion: Bolivian Yungas (NT0105)

Collectors: D. Newman, P. Kaishian, L. Deininger, D. Ettlinger & T. Padilla

Collection #: APA058

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Two species
By: Jimmie Veitch (jimmiev)
2018-06-19 23:03:31 CDT (-0400)

Do you have an observation or collection of the smaller, brown ones?

Mycena picta and Dennis’s illustration of M. hepaticarum look identical:

M. hepaticarum was described from Venezuela, growing among hepatics (liverworts) on trees. I don’t see liverworts but Venezuela is a lot closer to Bolivia than Europe is (where I assume M. picta was originally described from).

Sweet pics btw.

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