Observation 7728: Marasmius Fr.

Photographed at National Forest Reserve.
Several on log about 70mm in height. If correctly ID’d grows to 200mm in height.
Common on decaying forest litter.Stems have white hairs . Spore print white. Situated in dark poor light area that required fill flash and thus highlighting the gills.


Copyright © 2008 Ian Dodd Kundabung NSW Australia

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Recognized by sight: Looks similar to what we call Marasmius plicatulus here in California. I know there are a bunch of similar tropical Marasmius. The tough wiry stem generally separates them from Mycena.

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