Notes: Growing on the ground in mixed woods.
The spore print on these was sparse but appeared to be whitish.
Spores were ~ 11.0-14.9 X 8.0-10.2 microns, subellipsoid to ellipsoid, and thin-walled.
Spores are quite large, even for what has been called C. fallax.
Whatever they are being called these days, they are unexpectedly early.
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Draft For Wild Mushrooms Of The Northeastern United States By Erlon (Private)
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