Weird Growing Mushroom_rear view by SophiaDeLuna

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Found in October in the forest; Nuremberg/Germany.
As Turi pointed out, it probably belongs to the genus Clitocybe.


mushroom, forest, nuremberg, germany


  • Alenka Co
    Alenka Coover 2 years ago

    As if warming its gills in the sun :)

  • :) Yes.
    Thanks for the comment!

    – SophiaDeLuna

  • Carla Wick/Jandelle Petters
    Carla Wick/Jan...over 2 years ago

    Ahhh…it’s gilled. Nope. Not Polyporous badius. :o)
    Possibly a variety of Cortinarius but I’m just not that great at ID’ing that family. sorry…wish could help more

  • No problem. Thanks for trying! :)

    – SophiaDeLuna

  • Turi Caggegi
    Turi Caggegiover 2 years ago

    I think it could be a Clytocibe.

  • Turi Caggegi
    Turi Caggegiover 2 years ago

    Do you have a front-view of it?

  • Yes, I do … not sure how I can put a link here … can I just copy/paste the url? http://www.redbubble.com/people/sophiadeluna/wo...

    – SophiaDeLuna

  • Seems it worked.

    – SophiaDeLuna

  • Turi Caggegi
    Turi Caggegiover 2 years ago

    It’s not easy to recognize it from the pix. Anyway, I confirm my first impression after the view of the front-view photo. It seems Clytocibe, and the depression in the center of the cap confirm this. More, I have found a brief description in english (Wikipedia):
    Hundreds of species of mushrooms compose the fungus genus Clitocybe. They are characterized by white, off-white, buff, cream, pink, or light-yellow spores, gills running down the stem, and pale white to brown or lilac coloration.

  • Thank you!
    I will add the genus to the descriptions.

    – SophiaDeLuna

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