typical pileus 8 cm across in first grouping, ten feet away a smaller radius measured per specimen in a grouping clustered in the center of a rotted stump (photos). Just a guess as to species. Perhaps different than the other pluteus sp. I found earlier and posted, both have fibers on stipe. Took a less than educated guess on species. Some of my better finds are near or at shrines, curiously. Habitat at shrines intentionally undisturbed in terms of old growth trees and shrubbery, also lots of woody debris is cleared from shrine grounds and left to rot in piles at the edges of the special public areas.
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