Mycena Robusta

Discussion in 'HUNTING & IDENTIFICATION' started by JoAnn Wells, Nov 20, 2021.

  1. JoAnn Wells

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    They are the biggest mycena I have come across. According to research on 73 reported sightings now 75 except mine are not reported I will show to the cap, dry now and white spore prints. Any comments. Are these trippy.
     
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    Here is the photo the caps are about 1” across
     

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  3. Alan Rockefeller

    Alan Rockefeller Moderator Moderator Expert Identifier

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    Could that be Mycena galericulata? If you have a microscope check the gill edge, it's pretty unique for a Mycena.
     
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    They are over the old forest growth under leaves and around old stumps I’ve looked this up as mycena robusta but I think you are right, looks like mycena galericulata