Caps 1-5 cm across. Many covered with speckles of veil remnants. Stalks 2-6 mm across, 3-8 cm long, white, minutely bumpy, hollow. Spores black.
In first two photos, sprouting from clay soil and wood chips.
Next photos (subsequent day), fruiting in sandy soil between sandstone pavers.
These fruitings are 12 feet apart, under Japanese elm and a wild tobacco tree, near a coral tree.
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Created: 2013-03-16 15:38:43 CDT (-0400)
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