Found in a one year old landscaped garden planted with native grasses and shrubs, fruiting directly from Pinus radiata chips.
This is one of the two distinctly different forms of this species I have come across, this one is much shorter and more acutely umbonate and bifurcate cheilocystidia are common.
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Created: 2008-12-16 18:10:48 PST (-0800)
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