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  • English
    • Glistening Inkcap
    • Mica Cap
  • Scientific Names
    • Coprinellus micaceus
    • Coprinus micaceus
  • German
    • Glimmertintling
  • Spanish
    • Hongo

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Recent observations

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Mica Cap Coprinellus micaceus

Observer

felixcollins

Date

May 17, 2015 02:29 PM NZST

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Mica Cap Coprinellus micaceus

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damontighe

Date

May 16, 2015 05:38 PM PDT

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Square

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Mica Cap Coprinellus micaceus

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mhudson26

Date

May 10, 2015 03:15 PM CDT

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Square

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Mica Cap Coprinellus micaceus

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lichenlady

Date

May 3, 2015

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Square

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Mica Cap Coprinellus micaceus

Date

November 15, 2014

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Mica Cap Coprinellus micaceus

Observer

cosmiccat

Date

March 20, 2015

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

This mushroom sprouted in one of my flower pots.

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Mica Cap Coprinellus micaceus

Observer

dibantis

Date

March 18, 2015 11:36 AM PDT

Description

There were many clusters growing out of grass

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Mica Cap Coprinellus micaceus

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carrieseltzer

Date

February 12, 2015 12:34 PM PST

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Square

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Mica Cap Coprinellus micaceus

Date

February 11, 2015 02:26 PM PST

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Mica Cap Coprinellus micaceus

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carrieseltzer

Date

February 12, 2015 12:06 PM PST

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Square

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Mica Cap Coprinellus micaceus

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cullen

Date

February 12, 2015 11:50 AM PST

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Square

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Mica Cap Coprinellus micaceus

Observer

judielaine

Date

December 9, 2014 02:46 PM PST
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Description from Wikipedia

Coprinellus micaceus is a common species of fungus in the family Psathyrellaceae with a cosmopolitan distribution. The fruit bodies of the saprobe typically grow in clusters on or near rotting hardwood tree stumps or underground tree roots. Depending on their stage of development, the tawny-brown mushroom caps may range in shape from oval to bell-shaped to convex, and reach diameters up to 3 cm (1.2 in). The caps, marked with fine radial grooves that extend nearly to the...

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