Found in lawn, associated (I believe) with Quercus palustris (Eastern Red oak). Cap is red to red-brown. Sporocarp was waterlogged. Stipe broke apart from weight of cap in trying to dislodge specimen. There was also a Paper birch nearby. Neither tree is native to Oregon.
I did not notice glandules on the stipe, but it does have reddish streaks.
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Created: 2013-10-02 00:30:15 CDT (-0400)
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