Monday, June 10, 2013

Recent Mushrooms - early June 2013 part II


Shaggy Mane - Coprinus comatus

Sara and I found this mushroom while on a walk yesterday.  It was alone but very stately in appearance.

Scaly Inky Cap - Coprinus variegata

The individual pictured was a part of a larger clump growing out the top of a willow stump.
The clump above (and a few more like it) were smaller than the ones pictured above.  They were growing from base and among the exposed roots of a basswood cultivar growing along the boulevard, which is a slightly diiferent habitat than reported in guides.

Unknown coprinoid mushroom

 Resembles the Woolly-stalked Coprinus, Coprinopsis lagopus.  The woolliness is on the cap and stalk (in pictures it can be pretty shaggy) when fresh, but can wear off.  These appear a bit more browner than most descriptions.  They were growing in wood chips.

Sorry, I lost the second half of this post somehow, maybe it'll show up later in the month.

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