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Mushroom ID
updated: Jan 07, 2013, 10:56 AM

By Edhat Subscriber

These popped up after recent rains. I was unable to identify them via Google. Any readers have a clue?

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 COMMENT 361058 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-01-07 11:09 AM

fdr don't eat those!

 

 COMMENT 361065 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-01-07 11:24 AM

p cubensis

 

 COMMENT 361075 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-01-07 11:34 AM

Maybe, maybe paneolus but could also maybe be a marasmius.

Definitely an LBM, though. (LBM=Little Brown Mushroom)

 

 COMMENT 361134 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-01-07 12:48 PM

075: Did you take a class with Dr Bob, too? (Loved the LBM term, and he's who I learned it from, although I know it's a common mycology term.)

 

 COMMENT 361325 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-01-08 09:12 AM

Ah the ubiquitous LBMs. Without clearer pictures, spore prints, and seeing all stages of development that fungus could be one of hundreds, thousands of mushrooms. Cute little shrooms, though. ;)

 

 COMMENT 361329 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-01-08 09:17 AM

are those wee sprouts with the reddish edges fillaree?

 

 COMMENT 361438 agree helpful negative off topic

2013-01-08 01:33 PM

I see a blackish cap and pink spores (yes?). If so, it will probably key out (in MD) to Leptonia parva, but definitive identification to species depends on more detailed microscopic features, such as spore ornamentation, gill cystidia, etc. Edibility listed as "unknown". Many species in this group are toxic.

 

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