Notes: Super small!!!! Inch and a half tall at most!
Mycelium at the base of the stem turns bright yellow, and has long rhizomorphs.
The stem base reminds me a lot of subtomentosus in its rhizomorphs and yellowing.
These are on a dirt wall on the side of a road, made of rich clay and fine a mixture of limestone and gravel. Probably growing under the tanoak (Lithocarpus densiflorus) and madrone (Arbutus menziesii) located above the ledge on the platform above.
I can collect specimens to send out if these look of interest to anyone!
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