Found under oaks and pine. Light colored gills, dense and crowded, fibrous twisting stipe with red spots and stains. It was standing all by itself, nothing else was like it in the area.
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Might be that, but I think there are a large number of Rhodocollybia out there and I wanted to leave it here as sp. until I finally get off my duff and try looking up more info on them. Didn’t want to get into a lazy cycle of just slapping names on things (no, no I would never do that…).
How about Rhodocollybia maculata?
Created: 2008-09-24 20:13:14 CDT (-0400)
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