under Hemlock by a creek in the southern Appalachians
odor of chlorine
cap 10 cm wide x 1.5 cm thick
stem 12 cm long (including bulb) x 3 cm at thickest point (bulb)
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I might be able to get to it sometime this winter.
Thanks for the suggestions, Rod. I actually fell asleep in my office chair last night while uploading the first three pictures, woke up, and forgot about it until this morning. I’ve added more photos, as well as dimensions, and what may be a key feature -a distinct odor of chlorine. Looking at your descriptions, it appears A. cineroconia has this type of odor, but A. tephrea does not.
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