Notes: I find this almost every summer, here on a sloping part of my lawn which borders a wooded area. oak nearby.
The reddening of the context is more prominent than what is syggested in B/R/B. Also, the KOH reaction is not quite the same… but close. KOH: brown on cap; gray changing to brownish ornage on cap context; scarlet on stipe context and stipe surface.
Growing in a fused cluster of three.
Third photo snapped a few minutes after the first photo.
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