Growing under mixed confiers immediately adjacent to a willow-lined seepage area.
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There are been extensive records on the fungi of this area going back some 30+ years. What I suspect, however, is that no Lyophyllum has been taken any further than the L. decastes group, as there is a paucity of North American literature on the genus.
do remind a lot of Lyophyllum shimeji. Have you had any confirmed records of it from this area before?
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