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Re: Communal flowers, trees, plants and fungi thread

Originally Posted by Harold Gough View Post
The brownish parachute looks like one of the Omphalina group, possibly Rekenella.

The white ones have webbing which may indicate Cortinarius, where white is unusual.

The one with the floccose sphaerocysts may be Cystolepiota hetieri. If so, it is poisonous.

The shiny black spheres are slime mould spore capsules. What bothers me is that they are black and shiny when still small. A likely species is Badhamia microspora.

Thanks Harold, I bow to your knowledge once again!
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