Notes: Found in a dried stream bed emerging from rotting wood, likely a downed conifer, as I recall. It has a slight umbo at the center of the pileus; gills have that pinkish spore production appearance; and stipe has a striate nature like some entoloma or pluteus species. Has similarities to a Pluteus mammillatus, but this is described as extremely rare. Any help is appreciated.
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