Collection location: Clinton, Whidbey Island, Island Co., Washington, USA [Click for map]
Found in mature mixed coniferous second growth forest of Douglas Fir, Western Red Cedar, Western Hemlock.
Pileus is about 3 to 5cm and the stipe is quite thick and heavy. Gills run down the stipe and there was no discoloration when broken. I detected no distinguishing odor, but my nose is not great. I did not break the stipe though, nor is there a spore print sorry, too many to id and photograph…
I am guessing Clitocybe nebularis, it was as close as I could come, but am not satisfied with it.
It really does look like Clitocybe nebularis doesn’t it.
My reservation was mostly the smell, it did not smell as far as I could tell. Certainly not as bad as some descriptions. And it is said to not fruit before December, but that’s probably variable too.
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When they are that young they often don’t have a strong odor. But when they get older….
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