Notes: The mossy areas that yielded the mushrooms of obs. 11026 on the seventh were busy with little mushrooms not found outside that area, or outside its moss patches, once again on the 18th.
Besides more of the species from obs. 11026 (obs. 11336) I saw these small orange agarics here and there; usually each one isolated, unlike the tendency of that other species to occur in small groups, but I did find one instance of two close together (fifth photo).
Possibly the same species as in obs. 11028 (same habitat and similar appearance).
In some of this moss I also found a different tiny mushroom (obs. 11337) that might be the same species as in obs. 11027, as well as yet another species (obs. 11334).
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