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  2018-06-27 02:46 PM


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  1. Peter Clark  3 pix

    Reply • 27 Jun 2018

  2. John Walter  This is Mycena clarkeana, you can see white spores deposited on some caps from the cap above and also see the standard pink colouration of this species in the more sheltered parts of the group. It is an hygrophanous species which fades to buff/white when dry like this group.There is part of an upturned cap on the bottom right which gives you a look at the gills (as does the part eaten cap in the third image). The real giveaway to its identity however is the shape of the caps which are classical Mycena clarkeana.

    Reply • 27 Jun 2018

  3. John Walter  Mycena clarkeana species id suggested

    Reply • 27 Jun 2018

NS Observation No. 5B3328BFED2A89A993001B2D
Created 2018-06-27 04:03 PM (over 1 year ago)
Created By Peter Clark
Updated 2018-06-27 04:10 PM (over 1 year ago)
Updated By Peter Clark
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