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Small grassland agaric

Observed: 2nd September 2013 By: Steve_VSteve_V’s reputation in Fungi and LichensSteve_V’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
Mycena galopus 1
Mycena galopus 2
Description:

This small agaric, perhaps 1cm across the cap emerged in a small troop in dense grass and moss under conifers and sweet chestnut - snady soil, well lit. Distinctive cap colour shows in pic 1. Ideas welcome.

Identifications

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Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

flaxton's picture

did it bleed milk from the

did it bleed milk from the stem?

Steve_V's picture

I don't think so.

I don't think so. Unfortunately I can't go and check now because they've been mowed off by my neighbour. However I think I would have noticed this when I picked one to see underneath.

flaxton's picture

Did you notice any smell?

Did you notice any smell?

Steve_V's picture

No,sorry. If they re-emerge

No,sorry. If they re-emerge I'll try harder....