| Mycena inclinata
|These images of Mycena inclinata show the color and
shape variations at different stages of growth.Margin
on young caps fringed. Narrowly attached gills.
|Mycena inclinata has a foul odor. Stem often yellow
towards the apex and brownish below; often becoming
golden-yellow with age. White spore print.
|Note: Telling Mycena inclinata and Mycena galericulata apart can take practice and
experience. And each species can look very different at various stages of growth. Now that I
think I have them figured out, they say these mushrooms may not belong to these names.
See discussion on the differences between Mycena inclinata and Mycena galericulata and their
status as legitimate North American species at MushroomExpert.Com