Fungi forum: What is this Mushroom

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nballard13
Jul 11, 2017 8:45 AM CST
Western Missouri, started popping up in new flower bed around June 30th, was told that the newly placed topsoil had high cow manure content. Just curious what kind of mushrooms they are, I haven't had ones like these pop-up before. The stipe is white/grayish, but the cap is much grayer than it looks in the top picture. The underside of the cap has black on the gills that are "inky."

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Underside of cap

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Poorly done mark

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Top view of cap

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Top view of cap
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nballard13
Jul 11, 2017 8:59 AM CST
I have been trying to use the MycoKey identifier and it kind of looks like a mycena bonnet but all of the picture of the mycena bonnet show gills that are much more pronounced than this one
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pphanfx
Jul 11, 2017 9:03 AM CST
See if you can also get the bulb below the stem - that can be the difference between an ID and a mis-ID on some species. Get the whole thing.
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nballard13
Jul 11, 2017 9:14 AM CST
Coprinus fimetarius, Coprinous comatus, or Parasola plicatilis. I think

nballard13
Jul 11, 2017 9:25 AM CST
pphanfx said:See if you can also get the bulb below the stem - that can be the difference between an ID and a mis-ID on some species. Get the whole thing.


they are actually growing on the mulch and not the underlying soil

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nballard13
Jul 11, 2017 9:38 AM CST
I am pretty sure it's a species of the Parasola genus. Maybe the Parasola auricoma based on the size of the cap which is 1-4 centimeters.
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crawgarden
Jul 20, 2017 4:40 PM CST
Maybe its this: Shaggy Ink Cap
Coprinus comatus (Agaricaceae)
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