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Brilliant purple staining (bruising) species
    #11176035 - 10/03/09 06:16 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

Not sure what this one is. Found in a park alongside a little paved street and wedged in between the lawn and the woods. Definitely a lawnloving species.

After removing the cap the stem area immediately turned purple just like a P. cubensis turns blue.

Found today in NW Washington state.

Anyone have any clues???













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Re: Brilliant purple staining (bruising) species [Re: World Spirit]
    #11176075 - 10/03/09 06:25 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

I'm guessing Inocybe by the cortina and presence of purplish bruising. Cap loooks pretty fibrous too on the next to last pic. Note I is a n00b though. EDIT: Also can you recall the smell?


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Re: Brilliant purple staining (bruising) species [Re: Ieponumos]
    #11176092 - 10/03/09 06:29 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

The smell is probably normal shroomy smell; not unpleasant, not terribly strong, not too weak, sort of in between - nothing distinct.

I'm printing the adult one now and expect a bright purple print.


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Re: Brilliant purple staining (bruising) species [Re: World Spirit]
    #11176121 - 10/03/09 06:38 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

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The smell is probably normal shroomy smell; not unpleasant, not terribly strong, not too weak, sort of in between - nothing distinct.

I'm printing the adult one now and expect a bright purple print.




Who knows? I cite mushroomexpert.com in saying "With a few purple exceptions, they epitomize the label LBM (Little Brown Mushroom), and are characterized by their brown spore prints, ..." so if whatyou expect is true, then my guess is wrong. I hope I am, so I may learn something new.


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Re: Brilliant purple staining (bruising) species [Re: Ieponumos]
    #11176327 - 10/03/09 07:30 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

cortinarius


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Re: Brilliant purple staining (bruising) species [Re: johnnyblaze2316]
    #11176331 - 10/03/09 07:31 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

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Re: Brilliant purple staining (bruising) species [Re: DannyGlick]
    #11176724 - 10/03/09 08:48 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

These look very similar to some i found in Georgia, which were meaty and freaking slimy like placenta, that i wound up writing off as some Cortinarius muscigenus or maybe aka collinitus

my post, didn't know enough to take spore prints
http://www.shroomery.org/forums/showflat.php/Number/10964214

helluva photo here
http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/rZshklRJQs_xguse3EEP6Q

If that's them, I don't think they're known to be good for much, except rat cancer experiments.


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Re: Brilliant purple staining (bruising) species [Re: whoever]
    #11176807 - 10/03/09 09:06 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

That does look like exactly what I have except there's no slime at all. It was raining when I picked them too. Maybe its just a feature missing from the particular specimens.


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