Notes: These were growing on the ground in debris of a 2+ year old logged area.
Caps were up to 6 cm across.
Spore print was brown.
Spores ~ 7.9-8.9 X 4.9-5.3 microns, smooth with a germ pore.
Some scattered Pleurocystidia and Cheilocystidia that was utriform.
Thought these might be something a little different from the normal A. praecox as the coloration seemed rather unique. Microscopy tells me I was fooled once again.
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