When: 2017-06-08

Collection location: Walsh, Ontario, Canada [Click for map]

Who: Eva Skific (Evica)

No specimen available

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Proposed Names

52% (3)
Recognized by sight
93% (3)
Recognized by sight: “Hump back” inkcap member of Coprinopsis sect. Atramentarii.

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Thank’s
By: Eva Skific (Evica)
2017-08-20 16:15:57 CDT (-0400)

A, lot

Agree with C. acuminata
By: A.genet (A.genet)
2017-08-19 22:29:16 CDT (-0400)

I agree with redeye311, after reviewing the photo here:
http://mushroomobserver.org/image/show_image/268614?obs=112229

As Well I also like the Macrocharacters described here:
http://www.vielepilze.de/...

Primarily for the description of the volva-like ridge and conical and often broadly umbonate.

I would say that is what we have here.

Update
By: A.genet (A.genet)
2017-08-19 18:20:17 CDT (-0400)

I apologize for the delay, however I would ask for some patience in the future for in-depth research does require some time.

Lets start with the Pictures:
1: Without a reference scale it is hard to determine the exact measurements, thus I will assume to be rather tall, with a larder diameter cap.
2: The habitat appears terrestrial so I will assume it be growing on decaying wood, due to the location and organic matter surrounding it.
3: I would say the gills are crowed.
4: At the base of the stem, I believe this to be the remains of a veil.

Thus using the key here: http://www.mushroomexpert.com/coprinoid.html I will use short hand to denote my progression through it.

1: mushroom fairly large >5cm ⌀
5: not growing on dung
30: appearing terrestrial
31: —→Coprinus alnivorus Unlikely
31: Stem without ring, I am overlooking this for now
32: Mature Cap >1cm ⌀
34: no ozonium
36: relatively naked
38: blank
39: Young Cap not White
40: Young cap brownish
44: spores skiped
45: Cap center not depressed C. atramentaria

I will agree with C. atramentaria, however still it is possible that it is not due to the apparent necessity to use spores for differentiation.

???
By: Eva Skific (Evica)
2017-08-07 14:10:12 CDT (-0400)

nothing?

Thank you for explaining
By: Eva Skific (Evica)
2017-08-05 09:45:41 CDT (-0400)

why not Coprinopsis atramentaria group
It would be better, if you gave me a few
reason what it is

Reason is Not Likely
By: A.genet (A.genet)
2017-08-04 23:33:14 CDT (-0400)

I chose not likely due to the following:
1: The apparent size
2: The appearance of a ring zone at the base of stipe.
3: The limited number of fruit bodies in the cluster.
4: The nipple on the top of the cap.

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