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kvgunten

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  1. Unfortunately, I did not have time to return to the place and check more features of the samples. However, in the meantime, I had some DNA work done on some of the specimens for a study and it turns out I was totally wrong telling all of the mushrooms above of being the same species. The first 5 pictures I uploaded are most likely Cortinarius helvelloides. Also picture 6 shows the same mushroom from the top. Not sure what 7 and 8 are (no analysis). Picture 9 to 12 are likely an Inocybe species. I get good agreement with Inocybe lacera. Thanks!
  2. Thank you Dave for this information and the ideas! I will see if I can find a specimen that gives away spores. Thank you Dave for this information and the ideas! I will see if I can find a specimen that gives away spores.
  3. Here is some more specimens from the same location. I believe this might be the same species as before.
  4. Here are some pictures I did before. I will try to make more as soon as I am back at the place.
  5. Thanks for the reply! Spores do not leave any visible coloration. The smell is not particularly special. Typical mushroom smell. I can see if I can get a photo of a younger one.
  6. Hello! I am new here in this forum, thanks for any help in advance! I am working in a forest near Timmins in Ontario, Canada. It is a fairly wet soil, rich in peat and overgrown with black spruce and tamarack. I found a mushroom here (see pictures) and I am not sure what it might be. It seems to grow along a ring (fairy ring?), however this is not quite clear in this terrain. Not interested to eat it, just very curious what it might be. Thanks, Konstantin
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