Growing under a small oak indicated by the dedication in front of it to be a Scarlet Oak hybrid which I presume to mean Quercus coccinea, Q. douglasii (Blue Oak), some other trees and several shrubs were also nearby. Another Hebeloma species (Obs 192456) was found on the other side of the Scarlet Oak.
Droplets where found on the gills of the younger specimens and they had a radish odor.
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