Cap brown, margin lined radially, typically with bits missing showing paler brown flesh. Convex becoming concave and splitting radially in age.
Gills and stem cream; gills slightly descending stem. Stem a bit flaked/scabrous looking.
Up to a bit bigger than my hand. On the ground in Acadian forest. Solitary.
Second photo shows an aged and conspicuous specimen from some distance. The first photo is a close-up of this same specimen. The other four are all of apparently different ages and are separate specimens — I photographed five of these in total.
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