[Mycology] Re: ID of a fungal gem

Paul Pirot via mycology%40net.bio.net (by paul.pirot.mycology from skynet.be)
Wed Jun 25 03:40:45 EST 2008


Looks like an Hygrocybe, maybe a tropical species, which combines sticky
coat and hairs (if I see right) on the cup...

Paul Pirot (Belgium)

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On Jun 16, 8:36 pm, Richard Wright <richwrigREM... from tig.com.au> wrote:
> I would welcome an ID on this little gem found in my garden today.
>
> http://www.box.net/shared/nv1yxgdssg
>
> Found growing on a twig amongst leaf litter.
>
> It is now winter here.

Sorry, Richard. Have not a clue. If it had a wiry or twisted stem I'd
venture one of the Marasmius. Great pictures though, and a really
pretty fungus!

Daniel B. Wheeler

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