| Entoloma incanum
|Entoloma incanum can exhibit spectacular green and yellow
coloration. Cap color will vary with age and environmental conditions.
|Cap loses green coloration and will eventually become brownish. Gills
are attached to the stem, distant; white when young, becoming
pinkish. Pink spore print. Said to smell like mice; I say they stink.
|Gregarious habit. Found growing by the hundreds along both sides
of a trail. McCormick's Creek State Park, Trail 4; September.
|Base of stem and gills bruised blue; stem, blue-green.
Images show true color (I swear!).
|Typical angular Entoloma
spores measure 7-12 x 5-8 µ.