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Lacrymaria velutina?


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I'm fairly sure this is Lacrymaria velutina. My old field guide still has it listed as Psathyrella Velutina. I came across a bunch of tightly packed clusters of these, at work today.  I didn't keep a specimen,  but after looking into it, the microscopic characteristics of the spores are worth seeing. They're listed as "edible" and they had a mild nutty aroma. If I didn't have my hands full of Lion's mane and Velvet Foot Enokis, I probably would have harvested these,, because they were very hearty and looked as though they would hold their firmness for awhile. 


They were cool to observe. 





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