Mycena sp1

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Mycena sp: for more photos, see Sitka Nature Photo Gallery for Mycena sp
Mycena sp: So far noted in the second half of fall (late October into November) growing from lower trunk of living Yellow Cedar (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis).

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|Cap Color=Gray |Cape Shape=Convex, Bell-shaped |Cap Margin=Entire, With Lines |Cap surface=Smooth |Flesh color=white or light gray |Flesh character=Thin |Gill Characterisitics=Adnate |Gill Color=white |Stem Shape=Equal |Stem Color=gray, lighter at top |Stem Surface=smooth |Milk=Absent |Odor=not noticeable |Habit=Single |microhabitat=Yellow Cedar

the lines in the cap margin develop with age. The young caps are bell shaped with smooth margins. Cap margin lighter than center Cap size from 1.5-2.5 cm diameter

Cystida are clavate Stem doesn't break, kind of tough