Extract from Wikipedia article: Mycena sanguinolenta, commonly known as the bleeding bonnet, the smaller bleeding Mycena, or the terrestrial bleeding Mycena, is a species of mushroom in the Mycenaceae family. It is a common and widely distributed species, and has been found in North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia. The fungus produces reddish-brown to reddish-purple fruit bodies with conic to bell-shaped caps up to 1.5 cm (0.6 in) wide held by slender stipes up to 6 cm (2.4 in) high. When fresh, the fruit bodies will "bleed" a dark reddish-purple sap. The similar Mycena haematopus is larger, and grows on decaying wood, usually in clumps. M. sanguinolenta contains alkaloid pigments that are unique to the species, may produce an antifungal compound, and is bioluminescent. The edibility of the mushroom has not been determined.
Bleeding bonnet mushroom (Mycena sanguinolenta) on a base of a tree in Alexander Park in Pushkin, suburb of Saint Petersburg. Russia, July 31, 2016
Bleeding bonnet mushrooms (Mycena sanguinolenta) at the base of a spruce(?) tree in Pavlovsk Park. Pavlovsk, a suburb of Saint Petersburg, Russia, August 22, 2016 alleya Chyornoy Shlyapy, Pavlovsk, g. Sankt-Peterburg, Russia
Bleeding bonnet mushrooms (Mycena sanguinolenta) around a small swamp in Sosnovka Park. Saint Petersburg, Russia, July 6, 2017 Unnamed Road, Sankt-Peterburg, Russia
Close up of bleeding bonnet mushrooms (Mycena sanguinolenta) found near a small swamp in Sosnovka Park. Saint Petersburg, Russia, July 6, 2017 Unnamed Road, Sankt-Peterburg, Russia
Bleeding bonnet (Mycena sanguinolenta) in a dark spruce forest near Dibuny, north-west from Saint Petersburg. Russia, August 6, 2017
Bleeding bonnet mushrooms (Mycena sanguinolenta)(?) in a pine forest in Lembolovo, 35 miles north from Saint Petersburg. Russia, August 8, 2017 Unnamed Road, Leningradskaya oblast', Russia, 188695
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