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Triumph The little gilled mushroom that could! The only thing I know about this guy is that it is of the order Agaricales. It was growing in very damp conditions (waterfall nearby) in an old growth cedar-hemlock forest. It was growing on a dead western hemlock. Captured in north Idaho. Fungi,Geotagged,Idaho,United States Click/tap to enlarge

Triumph

The little gilled mushroom that could! The only thing I know about this guy is that it is of the order Agaricales. It was growing in very damp conditions (waterfall nearby) in an old growth cedar-hemlock forest. It was growing on a dead western hemlock. Captured in north Idaho.

    comments (2)

  1. I currently am leaning towards Mycena clavicularis, based on what I found it growing on and by comparing with other photos.

    http://mushroomobserver.org/observer/index_observation/145043?q=2JnKC
    Posted 7 years ago
  2. Can't be of much help with identification but clearly this is awesome. Purple fungi like this are much sough after by hobbyists. Posted 7 years ago

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Uploaded Nov 3, 2014. Captured Nov 2, 2014 17:06 in Snow Creek Road, Bonners Ferry, ID 83805, USA.
  • NIKON D3300
  • f/7.1
  • 10/400s
  • ISO6400
  • 40mm