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Heino1 wrote:
2 hrs ago
The narrow attachment and the very short 'stem' make me doubt coccinea.

Trametes (old Pycnoporus sp.)
Heino1 wrote:
2 hrs ago
Perhaps an Inocybe

zz agaric (stem; gills not white/cream)
jks wrote:
2 hrs ago
Oh no!

Sus scrofa
DerekC wrote:
2 hrs ago
I would agree with the spacing, but I think both the way the labellum is held against the ovary and it also found in wet areas, it is more like M. oblonga. Is that worth considering as they appear very similar with how the labellum is held against the ovary the possible main difference besides M. rara being almost only coastal?

Microtis rara
2 hrs ago
Woah, what a find!

Anthochaera phrygia

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