Spore5-6.4 × 3.3-3.7µm


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I was curious enough …..
By: Huafang
2019-11-04 07:12:59 EET (+0200)

I went back to find this again and noticed pine trees nearby. Checked the spores to confirm ID.

Yes, agree
By: Chris Cassidy (cmcassidy)
2019-10-28 16:00:03 EET (+0200)

with Huafang. Looks off for Xeromphalina. I suggested Hygrocybe, but that’s definitely a ‘could be’. I have seen several species fruiting from well decayed wood, so it could be possible.

A lot of doubts
By: Huafang
2019-10-26 03:11:16 EEST (+0300)

I have seven observations of Xeromphalina kauffmanii before this. I thought it’s another Xeromphalina kauffmanii and did not pay attention to it. When I was uploading, I noticed that
1. Caps don’t have the usual central depression.
2. Stems are too thick and without dark brown below.
3. Gills are not running down like my other observations.