Blue green fungi found growing on sandy soil amongst wood chip mulch at the foot of a yew hedge.
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Is Stropharia aeruginosa the only Stropharia that is this colour?
At least three I know of! S. aerruginosa are slimy and have flecks of white scales, the gills are felty whitish aging to purply brown. S caerulea (Blue Roundhead) is similar, sticky but paler blue-green, gills light reddish brown and more widespread. S. hornemanni is larger, rarer and associated with conifers.
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And don't forget S pseudocyanea
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Lat/Lng: 51.8827, -2.0399
OS grid ref: SO973204
North Gloucestershire garden