Notes: From the top these looked like Cystoderma cinnabarium but the stem seemed to be lacking scales or granules. Also the white spores were rounder and larger than reported for that species…in the range of 5.8-7.0 microns. the caps were from 1.3-3.0 cm wide. the gills were slightly decurrent.
They were growing mostly in the open on disturbed ground. It’s possible that the stem scales were worn off but if not, it does bring the Cystoderma ID into question.
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