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It was on grass, in a cemetary, no mulch/wood to be seen. Sorry Elsa, will try to get a picture of the cap, although it is a bit old at this point.
Listen to Else “it is close to the European species obscurosporus, but slightly different”…
and it’s not common on Paxillus involutus. But the gills and staining yes, exactly as you said Daniel. If atrotomentosus, we wouldn´t see those herbs on stem base. Could be other Paxillus sp?
DOES have inrolled rim. Depressed center doesn’t form until later, when gills are nearly planar. Brown staining.
One thing not addressed yet: one wood or on ground?
to better see the cap? The gills ressembles paxillus yes, the rest I don´t think so.
Doesn’t have a depressed center or a rolled rim.
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