Notes: In wood chips or in soil next to or amid wood chips. No taste. Stem hollow and fragile.
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Thanks for explaining, but the pin still doesn’t look like a C. lagopus group pin to me. I’m used to seeing a more pronounced outer veil, but perhaps it got rubbed off?
The third photo is the same specimen as in the first photo, but about 4 hours later. Different camera, different lighting conditions. I think the third photo makes the top of the cap appear browner than it actually is — it always looked grey to black to me.
I think the third photo is something else, maybe a Coprinellus sp.
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