Extract from Wikipedia article: Phloeomana speirea, commonly known as the bark bonnet, is a species of fungus in the family Porotheleaceae. It is a bark-inhabiting agaric that produces fuscous-colored to whitish mycenoid to omphalinoid fruit bodies in temperate forests. The fungus was first described to science as Agaricus speireus by Elias Fries in 1815. Scott Redhead transferred it to the new genus Phloeomana in 2013, in which it is the type species.
Small omphaloid mushroom Phloeomana speirea(?) on rotted wood in spruce forest near a road around Kavgolovskoe Lake near Toksovo, north from Saint Petersburg. Russia, July 25, 2017 Unnamed Road, Leningradskaya oblast', Russia, 188664
Bark bonnet mushrooms (Phloeomana speirea) on a rotten stump near Dibuny, north-west from Saint Petersburg. Russia, August 6, 2017 Zapadniy Skorostnoy Diameter, Sankt-Peterburg, Russia, 197758
Bark bonnet mushrooms (Phloeomana speirea) in area of Lembolovo - Orekhovo, 35 miles north from Saint Petersburg. Russia, August 8, 2017 Unnamed Road, Leningradskaya oblast', Russia
Bark bonnet mushrooms (Phloeomana speirea)(?) among rotting oak leaves and twigs near Lisiy Nos, west from Saint Petersburg. Russia, September 6, 2018 Saint Petersburg, Russia, 197755
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