Notes: This is an isolated mushroom growing in a grassy area well within the drip line of a Catalpa tree (and there are not many of those up here) and approximatly 30’ from the dripline of a huge old growth madrone. Nothing else is in proximaty. We have recently had some hard frosts, down to the upper teens, and quite a bit of snow, but since this is only about 1000’ elevation the snow generally melts within a couple of days. This mushroom has an odor that I would have to call seminal. I’m not that good with odors, but I can smell this one.
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