Found under D. fir, and pines. There was no moss in this area, and these were mostly in the ground, they seem to be growing on conifer duff.
I put these under the scope, and at some point I’ll post the photos of that. These are honestly G. badipes. I’m sorry that the photo in-situ is so bad, it would be good to get good photos of this one in situ that have actually been checked under the scope.
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