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Mitrula paludosa

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Kingdom  Fungi
Order  Helotiales
Genus  Mitrula
Higher classification  Mitrula
Division  Ascomycota
Family  Helotiaceae
Scientific name  Mitrula paludosa
Rank  Species
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Similar  Mitrula, Leotia lubrica, Helvella acetabulum, Leotia, Spathularia flavida

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The swamp beacon (US) or bog beacon (UK) is the club-shaped fruiting body of the Mitrula paludosa fungus (which was known as Mitrula phalloides).

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Habitat

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These mushrooms are found in swamps and bogs across North America in the cooler climates of south-eastern Canada, New England south to the Mason–Dixon line, and much of the mid-western United States. Also present in Europe from the British Isles to Eastern Europe.

On the West Coast of the United States, the Mitrula elegans looks similar.

Identification

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Many related species of Mitrula look identical without microscopic study. The cap or club is yellow with a white stalk (possibly with some pink coloration).

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References

Mitrula paludosa Wikipedia


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Helvella acetabulum
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