No idea what it is.The cap was convex to bell-shaped, dry, silky-fibrillose, silvery-tan. The smell was strong and “cheezy”.


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Recognized by sight: silky cap and stem, brownish with age. Shape on spores and metuloids looks right too.

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In that kind of habitat
By: Irene Andersson (irenea)
2010-10-02 16:21:38 WIB (+0700)

you might find another similar Inocybe, but it gets red stains, and has chubbier metuloids (I. whitei).

Thanks, Irene!
By: Tatiana Bulyonkova (ressaure)
2010-10-02 16:04:11 WIB (+0700)

We found way more textbook-looking I. geophylla there too, that’s why I was confused by the relatively smooth, umbo-less cap of these three and by their pale gills. The habitat, however, is very similar to that of our other I. geophylla finds – boggy birch forest bordering coniferous taiga, with Sphagnum+Carex tussocks.

Bad nurturing issues then I guess :D