Posted by Elmer 11/17/12 - - - - - - - Scroll Down to See Discussion

It is small, growing on wood, stem Brown, spores are white or slightly yellow


They were growing in a bunch on a bit of wood, probably Doug Fir


The stems are slightly wider at the base

Cap is Convex,

Cap appears to have a central depression when older


Spores appear to be White
But in some of the images shown below they appear somewhat yellow.


The spores are oblong
3 to 4 microns wide
6 to 7 microns long

Elmer: Paul and I found this in the coast range under Douglas Fir.
It was growing on wood.

Joe: Xeromphalina campanella? Another recent example (from Cook Park, Tigard):

Also Click HERE to see on Mushroon Observer

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