Anyone have an Id?

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  1. n0j0y

    n0j0y Well-Known Member

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    Sorry haven't done one of these and just curious if anyone knows what these are

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  2. Grease65

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    LBM looks like to me
     
  3. LuckOfTheFryish

    LuckOfTheFryish Moderator Moderator Expert Identifier

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    I think i would have to dig around in my books to get a proper id on this one and all my books are currently somewhere in a box til next week
     
  4. n0j0y

    n0j0y Well-Known Member

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    No rush. With the rainy season these buggers hang around a while. Was just curious.
     
  5. LuckOfTheFryish

    LuckOfTheFryish Moderator Moderator Expert Identifier

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    Can you get some more pics? Gills cap and stem? Is the stem tough or brittle? Maybe get a spore print too
     
  6. n0j0y

    n0j0y Well-Known Member

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    Stem feels hollow and soft. Very pliable. Just pulled one for a print. Doing on white paper so not sure if itll show if white spores, and it may have already dropped but we will see.

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    Spores are white or appear to be on white paper. Switched to cardboard so see better
     
  8. isme

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    Little Brown Mushroom is not an ID....
    Could this be a marasmius oreades? (scotch bonnet)
    If any have a nipple on top then you may have a candidate.
    Not to digress but... Are you doing farm work or carpentry? You have a scab right next to your thumbnail...

    I've taken to cutting out squares of white and black poster board and laying them next to each other under a square glass slide to take the spore print.
    Just cutting glass squares out of broken panes. (wear a dust mask to grind the slide's edges... glass dust causes silicosis!!!)
    https://www.mushroomexpert.com/marasmius_oreades.html

    More pictures please?
    Can you get an image of the spores?