1. Common Bonnet - Mycena galericulata 

    Widespread and common across much of mainland Europe and North America, Mycena galericulata (Mycenaceae) is larger than most of the other tuft-forming bonnet mushrooms that are found on stumps. This species shows a distinct preference for well-decayed moss-covered stumps and fallen trunks of deciduous broadleaf trees. Only very occasionally is this bonnet mushroom found on conifer stumps and fallen trunks.

    Reference: [1]

    Photo credit: ©Henk Wallays | Locality: Ursel, Flandres, Belgium (2009)

     
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