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!).
Entoloma incanum
Entoloma incanum
Entoloma incanum
Entoloma incanum
Entoloma incanum
Entoloma incanum
Entoloma incanum
Entoloma incanum
Entoloma incanum
Typical angular Entoloma
s
pores measure 7-12 x 5-8 µ.