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Delicate, conic cap, bare puplish stipe, white gills with dark edges, about 2-3" tall.
Growing directly from untreated board of Douglas fir or hemlock.
Looks like Mycena haematopus but does not "bleed" when cut.
Lat: 44.54, Long: -124.02
Spotted on Nov 29, 2017 Submitted on Jan 6, 2018