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Galerina Mushroom

Galerina paludosa


The cap is smooth to the touch. They have dark brown stems, and a light peach-white colored top. They're about as big as my pinky finger, and are growing on a mossy log in a temperate rainforest area.


"Old growth Douglas fir, spruce and hemlock forest. Scattered in sphagnum moss".


These mushrooms are poisonous. Thank you to my friend Mark for helping me ID these mushrooms.

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Humptulips, Washington, USA

Spotted on Jan 13, 2013
Submitted on Jan 13, 2013

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