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spore prints 21st August 008
Description:

At the edge of a Noble Fir plantation these were scattered cap approx 3cm pinkish in centre fading towards edge of cap,gills lighter spore print white stem deeper pink/purple with hollow stem,cannot even get a genus on this really stumped.

Identifications

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

Amadan's picture

They have the look -

of a Blewit (Lepista) or similar. But I'm guessing you considered these?

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not

I have found wood and field blewit's and not like them at all.It is different I could only think it may have been a type of Mycena,it's driving me mad

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miked's picture

whats wrong with mycena pura?

whats wrong with mycena pura?

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your right

I looked at mycena but never thought of m.pura thanks as it was driving me mad.

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