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FungusMycena sanguinolenta

Cap:- 0.5-1.5 cm, reddish brown with darker centre, conis to campanulate, dry, smooth; radially striate.

Gills:- adnate, white with a dark reddish purple margin; extruding a dark latex when damaged.

Stem:- 4-7 x 0.1-0.15cm, pink to pale reddish brown, cylindrical, hollow, smooth, dry, extrudes a dark lates when when cut or damaged.

This species occurs in small groups in forest litter on the forest floor or amongst grass in open eucalypt woodland.

(Ref: A.M. Young)

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Mycena sanguinolenta at Bodalla State Forest - 8 Jun 2019
Mycena sanguinolenta at Bodalla State Forest - 8 Jun 2019

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