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Please help me identify
    #1940728 - 09/22/03 02:59 PM (14 years, 28 days ago)

These were found in a southeastern pennsylvania lawn.
the cap was 2 cm wide and 1 cm tall. the stems were between 5 and 7 cm.
the spore print was red






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    #1941188 - 09/22/03 04:50 PM (14 years, 28 days ago)

Ahem... see what I said in your post with the yellow mushroom.

If you mean rusty colored(not red), then I'm guessing it's some kind of Galerina. Definately do not eat, could be deadly.


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    #1941210 - 09/22/03 04:57 PM (14 years, 28 days ago)

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the spore print was red




I'd like to see a photo or scan of that!

That, plus the appearance in the photos would suggest a Nolanea. They are a relatively obscure genus, in that there are few published references (and I have none of them). It resembles Nolanea conica, although the photos I have of that species are a bit more purplish looking than your specimen.

Nolaneas should be considered very poisonous. Definitely do *not* eat.

If it is a Nolanea, it's probably the most obscure mushroom I've ever seen posted out here. A very interesting specimen!

Happy mushrooming!


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