Found in various spots with wood chips, and small woody debris.
This first shot is a few that were the “classic” form of M. importuna, sp I made a shot of those. The rest show some variation. But the last one, that looks rather different. At the same time it was quite young, but I wonder if that one wasn’t M. rufobrunea perhaps.
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