RM2MGWW47–Fairy Inkcap mushrooms (Coprinellus disseminatus) and Sphagnum Moss growing on a tree trunk in the Pacific Northwest - B. C., Canada.
RM2MGMY9P–Little Helmet (Coprinellus disseminatus) en automne, Provence, France
RM2K5E12J–Coprinellus disseminatus (formerly Coprinus disseminatus; commonly known as 'fairy inkcap' or 'trooping crumble cap') is a species of agaric fungus in the family Psathyrellaceae. Unlike most other coprinoid mushrooms, C. disseminatus does not dissolve into black ink (deliquesce) in maturity. The species was given its current name in 1939 by Jakob Emanuel Lange. Coprinellus disseminatus has about 143 sexes (mating types). The species is nonpoisonous. ?Credit: BSpragg
RF2CK3BX2–Trooping crumble cap (Coprinellus disseminatus), also known as fairy inkcap, a species of agaric fungus in family Psathyrellaceae.
RMD9NNH9–Shaggy Cap/Shaggy Ink Cap/Lawyer's Wig/Shaggy Mane fungus- Coprinellus comatus- [Formerly Coprinus comatus]- Family Agaricaceae
RM2DDFJ7G–Glistening inkcap, Coprinellus micaceus, cluster on old beech stump.
RM2H9YJ7E–A cluster of Glistening Inkcap (Coprinellus micaceus) mushrooms on the floor of a deciduous woodland at Goblin Combe, North Somerset, England.