Notes: Brown cap, white gills, and pale stem; notched gill attachment; low to the ground — looks like a trich.
Most were in a patch of moss at the edge of a stand of jack pine. The first three photos are of one of these. There were at least half a dozen, looking much like in the first photo, basically buried in the moss.
At least one was outside the moss patch, in the sandy soil surrounding it, half-buried in that instead. The fourth and fifth photos show this one. The differences in appearance seem entirely explainable as a result of the sand. Particularly, the gills and upper stem look more or less the same (compare 3rd and 5th photos).
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