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2 0 Webcap

Webcap

by MachiKodiak, Alaska, USA

From the Dermocybe group

4 3 Green Dermocybe

Green Dermocybe

by VinnyVictoria, Australia

Mushroom approx. 7cm across.

7 4 Dermocybe canaria

Dermocybe canaria

by CharliePriceTasmania, Australia

Non glutinous. Dry cap , dry stipe is smooth with brownish fibrils and bright ...

1 0 Skin-head Mushroom

Skin-head Mushroom

by MachiAlaska, USA

When wet, the caps had a very glossy appearance; when dry, they appeared almost ...

0 0 Webcap mushroom

Webcap mushroom

by DespinaTsafetopoulouNew Zealand

Spotted at Maruia falls, under manuka trees.

6 4 Fireskins

Fireskins

by Mark RidgwayVictoria, Australia

A single specimen about 50mm across, 65mm tall. Stipe slightly flattened near ...

1 0 Spotting

Spotting

by MachiKodiak, Alaska, USA

Dermocybe or Cortinarius semisanguineus? ...

0 0 Pinewood Cortinarius (caninus)

Pinewood Cortinarius (caninus)

by DespinaTsafetopoulouΔήμος Βόλου, Περιφέρεια Θεσσαλίας, Greece

A Cortinarius caninus, spotted growing in the pinewood floor of Goritsa hill ...

3 0 Splendid Red Skinhead

Splendid Red Skinhead

by CharliePriceLaunceston, Tasmania, Australia

A robust species with a red-brown cap, distinguished by vivid, paprika-red ...

0 0 Unknown fungus

Unknown fungus

by LeubaVictoria, Australia

A clump of mushrooms with the largest being 30mm wide. Caps were an olive green ...

1 1 Green Skinhead - old

Green Skinhead - old

by Leuba RidgwayVictoria, Australia

These mushrooms when fresh are difficult to discern amidst grass. They have ...

3 0 Green Skin-head

Green Skin-head

by Leuba RidgwayVictoria, Australia

Beautiful green -capped fungi about 50 mm wide (mature caps). The emerging ...

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