Fungi - Common Bonnet

Mycena galericulata, which is more commonly known as a common bonnet, is a small, grayish-white mushroom that has a conical cap when young that becomes a broad umbo as it ages. They grow in small clusters in areas, such as in forests, with a lot of decaying stumps, logs, branches, and in particular in areas with hardwood or coniferous wood. Interestingly, common bonnets have been recorded on all continents except for South America and Antarctica. Additionally, Mycena galericulata can be found year round, but they are more commonly found during summer and fall and they are generally considered inedible.

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