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redman
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small pale fungi for id

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Post by redman » January 7th, 2019, 8:20 pm

a small pale fungi for id please,
in leaf litter with conifers and birch and oak all close by,
roughly 2" wide , 3" tall, whitish looking gills, nothing notable about the smell of it, that i could tell anyway,
it looks familar, but its escaping me at the moment :oops:
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Re: small pale fungi for id

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Post by ashgale » January 8th, 2019, 12:03 pm

it looks like its Rhodocollybia butyracea Redman :) (formerly known as Collybia butyracea) - Buttercap
a paler one than usual though, i find they range from pale ones like this to a dark brown (especially when wet)

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Post by redman » January 13th, 2019, 6:16 pm

thanks for the id,
doing a google for it, there are lots just like mine, along with many different hues too :roll:

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