Notes: Fruiting in urban landscape dominated by wood chips. Quercus agrifolia nearby. In same location as Tubaria furfuracea from Observation 14116.
These were fruiting in scattered groups. 5.2cm – 6 cm tall. Pileus: 3.4cm – 4.6cm, minutely hairy – feels velvety, moist but not viscid, margin inrolled, context white and thick. Pale, warm tan. One individual (young looking) had a medium brown pileus. Gills: pallid, rather thick, close and free. Stipe: Solid, minutely hairy and same color as the pileus. Base of stipe darker and slightly bulbous. White mycelia on base. I was unable to obtain a spore print.
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