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Went out hunting for blue foots in my usual location. The headwaters of a dam in the ohio river valley in northern WV. Along with finding a few handfuls of bluefoots P. ovoideocystidiata I found some others in the same area I have never seen before. here are the oviods
I found 2 other types I have not seen in this area.
This one I think is Pluteus cervinus I found it growing directly on rotting wood in the same area as the Ovoids. These are large caps. The stem is not hollow and there is no mushroomy odor or any apparent bruising. Early look at print color seems to be light rust colored
These were also found in the same area growing rotting wood. I have no clue what these are. Hollow stem, no mushroom smell, could not see print at the time of post.
-------------------- I'll make it dance on its own grave tonight,with the change of direction under the pale moonlight,and if it needs theme music, i'll break out the bagpipes,and play a tune that you ghostwrote me in a past life that goes like...-Sage Francis
It was too good to last he thought, it might as well of been a dream he thought.
yes those are cervinus and the last ones maybe clytocybe or other not sure do you have a picture in the habitad sometimes help alot
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Well thats cool I got that right with the cervinus. Never seen them before. The habitat is pretty much the same as the oviods they were only a few steps apart. I'll get some pictures the next time I'm out there Thanks cactu