Notes: I did not harvest this mushroom, but carefully replaced it where found. They appear to be funnel-shaped clitocybe, with slightly off-white caps and not quite pure white gills. The stipe under the gills is interesting in that it bruises a light dull pink. I believe this is closest to Clitocybe gibba in The Audubon Field Guide to North American Mushrooms. It was growing on Noble fir wood that was buried; found in a pure stand of Noble fir with some Vine maple nearby.
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