Notes: At first glance the mushrooms seemed to be Sarcospahera coronaria with an unusually long stipe. There were three specimens but the stipe broke off of two when trying to move covering debris. The spores (from a spore print in water mount)were only 15-17 × 6-7 microns, smooth with typically two oil drops – one large and one small, but sometimes three drops. The asci were inamyloid (eliminating Sarcospaera) and the paraphases appeared to be clavate with no septae and a width of up to 5-7 microns. The stipe was solid and a bit furrowed, but not lacunose. No ribs extended up the cap as in acetabulum. I am stumped.