Fruiting on a heavily watered lawn with birches.
The pileus was inrolled, satiny/shiny, dull olive/brown with striate looking marks at the margin. Inner flesh is pinkish tan. Grass and debris stuck to surface indicates viscidity at some point prior to observation. 7cm across.
Gills were pale greenish yellow, bruising rusty brown, and decurrent. Some of the gills had “veins” and some formed netting (pores?) near the apex of the stipe.
The stipe was oddly shaped, bright yellow at the apex, dingy below. It was fibrous and the fibers were dusted with spores. The stipe also bruised the color of dried blood. 2.5cm across and 1cm long.
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