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We are almost at sea level. Trees nearby were mainly oaks and maybe some pines not so far.
If that is the case, then (because of a lack of brick=colored staining) I think you probably have a species of section Vaginatae. All of them in the Northern Hemisphere (and almost all in the Southern Hemisphere) lack a ring as a matter of course.
At what altitude did you observer this material?
Can you give any clues about the trees nearby.
Amanita lactea would be a possibility. Spores would be very useful in finding if this were the case.
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