Growing on the ground in the Big Sandy Creek Unit.
Cap 4 cm across and fragile.
Could not get a spore print but extracted a few from dried gill.
They did not appear to be dextrinoid.
Spores ~ 9 X 5 microns, elongate and smooth.
This one is probably the same as MO#95734.
It does match the description and picture in Weber and Smith’s “A Field Guide to Southern Mushrooms” fairly well, but haven’t been able to find much other info on this species.
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Created: 2013-06-29 17:37:34 CDT (-0400)
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