Notes: Wiry-tough dark brown/smokey gray/nearly black stipes are nearly 2 inches tall; cap yellow with brown tints; base of stalk with brown mycelium. Clustered on well-rotted wood, possibly vine maple. I suspect the caps would be much more brightly colored if rehydrated or fresh. They look like they dehydrate quickly, with almost no cap flesh, slightly decurrent brownish-orange gills to dark brown; stipe thin but very tough. I’ll let the photos do the rest of the telling.
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