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Chlorociboria aeruginosa

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Chlorociboria aeruginosa

Habitat
Scattered to gregarious on wood; the wood usually stained blue-green by the mycelium of the fungus.

Edibility
Much too small to be considered!

Comments
Chlorociboria aeruginosa can easily be confused with its close relative, Chlorociboria aeruginascens. Chlorociboria aeruginosa tends to be a little smaller and have a centrally attached stipe rather than a laterally attached stipe. The only consistantly reliable differentiation is the larger spores of Chlorociboria aeruginosa: 9-15 X 1.4-2.8 µm versus 5-8 X 0.7-2.8 µm for Chlorociboria aeruginascens.

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