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id plz!!
    #4325680 - 06/22/05 06:25 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)

Hey, I was checking out some cow patties that i took into the woods near my house (minor signs of mycelia) and I found this, any ideas?
a. Habitat- pine cone...inside a pile of needles, leaves, and georgia forest debree. in augusta, GA
b. Characteristics of the gills - caramel colored, attatched (or damn close)
c. Measurements of cap and stem - cap 7/8 in. .8 - 2.0 in
d. Characteristics of the stem- white base, fading to reddish ascending to cap, hollow, fibrillous, semi fragile, stem is fairly sturdy for its size.
e. Characteristics of the cap-reddish brown, darkening toward the nipple. slopes downward at no more of an angle than a sphere cut in half. 
f. Spore print color (very important!)
g. Color that the mushroom bruises - i cant tell
h. Scent of mushroom:Not the smell of a fresh yummy mushroom, a smell however, but different than other mushrooms i've found. lacking the "fresh" smell



thanks in advance, happy hunting :smile:


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Re: id plz!! [Re: cheezy_terror]
    #4327255 - 06/23/05 02:47 AM (11 years, 9 months ago)

A high percentage of the species of mushrooms that rot pine cones are from the genus Strobilurus. If not from that genus then likely genera include Mycena, Baeospora, and Marasmius.

Happy mushrooming!


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