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|Scientific Name: Mycena strobilinoides; Family Tricholomataceae;
Habitat: on rotting deciduous trees, leaves, and humus
Color:Cap is pale blue to brown, gills white and grey, stalk is blue, fading to gray or brown
Size: Cap is 0.5-2 cm in diameter, stalk is 2.5-7.5 cm long,
1-3 mm thick
Gills: Attached but almost free, narrow, very close.
Spore Print: white
Edibility: Edible but not recommended
Characteristics: A very small mushroom, the stalk grows tall and thin. It is common on decaying wood, growing in small scattered groups or alone. It ranges throughout the East, living from June to September.
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