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Pinkgill?

Observed: 13th October 2013 By: MoschatelMoschatel’s reputation in Fungi and LichensMoschatel’s reputation in Fungi and LichensMoschatel’s reputation in Fungi and LichensMoschatel’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
Pinkgill?
Pinkgill
Description:

Single plain, tall white mushroom growing in marshy area along edge of board walk on the Meadow trail at Titchwell. Cap 9cm, flattened, smooth, sticky / slimy. Cap white in field turning to vinaceous buff later. Stipe 15cm long, 1cm wide, cylindrical, white, smooth, no rings, broke when trying to dig up. Gills crowded, free, white turning to pinkish-brown. Mushroom quite wet. Dense spore print chocolate brown which does not fit with it being a Pinkgill.

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