Observation 295934: Pholiota (Fr.) P. Kumm.

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Recognized by sight: tawny two toned cap, evanescent whitish partial veil, hollowing stem with yellow green tint, growth on wood chips

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By: Danielle Strobel (Danielle )
2017-10-28 11:19:34 CST (+0800)

You some soon.

hmm.
By: Richard Kneal (bloodworm)
2017-10-28 06:32:38 CST (+0800)

definitely not H. fasciculare…
those gills have more of an olive to green coloration before turning purple and usually feature a purplish ring zone.
It might be H. capnoides, but that is more commonly found with conifer wood. H. sublateritium/lateritium is another possibility (due to the wood type), but that is more commonly an east coast species.
Could also be a Pholiota or Kuehneromyces, but the spore drop on the pileus looks fairly purple and this observation lacks a prominent ring on the stipe…not all have a ring, but…wood type seems weird.
Does not appear to be Galerina.
It would be cool to do micro on these.
If you’d like to send, I’d be interested in finding out.

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