Notes: Growing on ground by path through hardwoods. Mostly oak. No pine.
Soft ivory white color.
Cap – Omphalina shape. Largest cap was about 2-1/4 " across. Soft, very flexible.
Gills – same white color, Strongly decurrent to Arcuate – closest to Arcuate. I just realized I didn’t take photos of the gills, an oversight.
Button – cross section is shown in the photos, odd cross section. I was trying to check for a Partial Veil but I can’t interpret this cross section.
Stems – growing in forest floor litter with much white mycelium at the base of each. Fibrous, soft, flexible.
Moderate mushroom smell.
Spore print in progress.
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