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The bluing can also be seen along the cap margin in picture one.
Actually, it may be seen on either photo, so I doubt it’s just a shadow. Guess it just hadn’t dropped many spores before the photo was snapped.
There is light bluing directly under the veil if you fully enlarge the picture.
some blackening on the stem or ring. Maybe no spores have dropped yet? How about Tubaria confragosa? Was this a very small mushroom?
picture of the gills,,,,did it have a cobweb veil?
Created: 2010-04-26 11:16:32 AEST (+1000)
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