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OfflineTHC_purplenoodles
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Possible cyanescens find
    #11301592 - 10/22/09 08:23 PM (8 years, 3 months ago)

Habitat:
Found these in a trail by my house. Looked like someone buried some substrate there lol. They were growing in wood mulch, might have been alder mulch. In suburb of Seattle.

Gills:
Brown gills attached

Stem:
Thin short solid stems. whitish brown colored

Cap:
Spherical caramel brownish caps

Spore print color:
Tried to get some prints for the last 24 hours... I feel like i washed them out when I washed the gills lol I'm kind of a noob.

Bruising:
Couldn't tell if they bruised

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OfflineAlan RockefellerM
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Re: Possible cyanescens find [Re: THC_purplenoodles]
    #11301606 - 10/22/09 08:25 PM (8 years, 3 months ago)

Those might be a Gymnopus species.

They look like they would leave a white spore print, pick some more and leave them on tinfoil overnight.

Some Gymnopus are rumored to be toxic.

There is a 0% chance that these are active or good to eat.


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Re: Possible cyanescens find [Re: THC_purplenoodles]
    #11301607 - 10/22/09 08:26 PM (8 years, 3 months ago)

Not sure what they are but they aren't cyans!


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Re: Possible cyanescens find [Re: Alan Rockefeller]
    #11301889 - 10/22/09 09:02 PM (8 years, 3 months ago)

i don't think i've ever seen cyans NOT bruise. they seem to always be rich in blue to green pigment after damage. i find more cyans in woodchips (stay away from cedar chips and beauty bark) usually under stickers or in grass.
hope that helps, happy hunting.


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