Fruiting abundantly in grass- beneath Acer trees.
Very large capped/stemmed specimens- thought perhaps a P. cintulus until the spore print revealed purple/brown results instead of jet black. Also, band on cap margin was not as distinct as most collections of P. subbalteatus/cintulus I’ve collected in the past.
When I have encountered positive P. cinctulus collections it has usually been in the Puget Sound region of Washington during hot summer months after a good aeration of soil and nitrogen addition to grass.
Temp: low 50’s.
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