Stropharia aeruginosa Blue-Green StrophariaCaps are 2-5 cm across, slippery when wet, convex becoming plane and knobbed, bright blue-green to dull blue-green, fading to yellowish, sometimes with white scales at the margin. Gills are attached, close, and whitish to smoky, ageing purple-brown. Stalksare up to 7 cm tall by 9 mm wide, viscid, scaly, whitish to blue-green, and hollow. Ring is persistent and narrow. Spore prints are purple-brown. This distinctive Stropharia is widespread but not common. It fruits on the ground in woods. Not edible.