Medium
Photo © Tessa, all rights reserved
Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Baring, Washington, US (Google, OSM)
47.728771, -121.4092
Accuracy: 5m
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Description

For more information on the habitat, vegetation, and weather of Money Creek, the area in which this species was found, please see the journal entry for May 12, 2012 here on iNaturalist. These teeny tiny reddish mushrooms were found growing in a small hole in the log on which the oyster mushroom was found. When the cap was broken off, it leaked a red fluid, which was a good indicator of its species. At full size, these mushrooms are about 3 to 4 inches tall and the caps are about 4 centimeters wide.

May. 12, 2012 11:56:37 -0700
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Comments & Identifications

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bleeding fairy helmet - Photo (c) Tatiana Bulyonkova, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
tessaf's ID: bleeding fairy helmet (Mycena haematopus)
Posted by tessaf over 2 years ago (Flag)
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bleeding fairy helmet - Photo (c) Tatiana Bulyonkova, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
tessaf's ID: bleeding fairy helmet (Mycena haematopus)

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