Identification: Flat brown top

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  1. 4ager

    4ager Active Member

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    British Columbia
    Habitat:Wood - Found in deciduous woods, growing on sides of a fallen rotting tree.

    Gills: beige gills (too blurry to post)

    Stem: varies from a few millimeters to a centimeter, thin.

    Cap: flat brown/beige top

    Bruising: none

    Spore print: (did not take a sample to make print)

    Size: from a quarter to a Loonie size

    General location: Pacific Northwest
     

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  2. Frog

    Frog Contributor Forums Moderator 10 Years

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    Interesting cap colour. Yes a spore print as well as details of the underside of cap and stem would be needed for an ID. Useful to know that usually mushrooms require information/photo of underside of cap for ID.
     
  3. 4ager

    4ager Active Member

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    Sadly I could not locate these again. I was really curious as to what these might be.
     

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