Notes:
When I first saw these small fungi I thought they were Coprinellus disseminatus, but they did not have the distinctive purple tinge like the Coprinellus disseminatus that I normally see. I did find a reference in Bruces book and have used it for ID.

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This group of Fungi was found at Yarriabini State Forest.
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This group of Fungi was found at Yarriabini State Forest.
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Added Images from Comboyne Nature Reserve 24/04/2013
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Added Images from Comboyne Nature Reserve 24/04/2013
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Added Images from Comboyne Nature Reserve 24/04/2013
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Added Images from Comboyne Nature Reserve 24/04/2013

Proposed Names

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Recognized by sight
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Recognized by sight: C. disseminatus does not have to be purple

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Added images fr Yarriabini State Forest (03-04-2013)

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Folks what I was trying to say, add not doing very well, is that the “reference” that I consistantly use, “Bruce Fuhrer” separates Coprinellus disseminatus into two sects. disseminatus, and truncorum, and then Coprinellus sp. I felt that the “all white” specimen fitted the Coprinellus sp naming. As I have no technical background I will go with the general consensus………..??? or comment.
Many thanks for being patient. Chow, kk

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By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2011-04-26 02:52:34 CDT (-0400)
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ALan. Appreciate your nomination, but I think that your naming is incorrect for this specimen. I have commented that it looks like your suggested name, but by Bruce Fuhrer’s notes it is as I have named it. If this naming can be expanded on it would be most appreciated.

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