Mycena mariae

These are larger than M. ura, and not such a bright red. Grows on wood.

Mycena viscidocruenta

Always found on rotting wood.

This mycena is quite tiny - the cap of the largest one is 7-8 mm across.

It is usually quite slimy, and is usually found where it is very damp.

Mycena ura

Found growing on leaf litter. Easily recognised by the small hairs at the base of its stipe. Cap diameter 5 - 8 mm.

Usually found growing singlely but occasionally found in groups.

Mycena rubroglobulosa

 

 

When wet...

When dry...

Mycena parsonsii

Always grows on wood.

Mycena fuscovinacea

Can be difficult to see amongst the leaf litter.

Cap diam. about 3 cm.

Mycena cystidiosa

Has a long thin stipe and often has white hair-like structures growing with it.

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fungi

Mycenamariae5
Mycenaviscidocruenta
Mycenaura076
Mycenaura0820
Mycenarubroglobulosa18a
Mycenarubroglobosa3a
Mycenaparsonsii9
Mycenafuscovinacea358
Mycenacystidiosa373