Notes: Numerous specimens growing in and covered by sandy soil in the upper Sonoran region between 4500’ and 5000’ elevation. Last rain a few weeks ago. Temps: high 60’s days, high 30’s nights.
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I was fooled by the dirt/sand covering. T. terreum and T. myomyces are still considered to be one and the same by some mycologists, regardless of the presence or absence of a cortina.
The partial veil, mild odor and taste, small stature and fragile flesh seem to rule out most of the gray Tricholoma species according to the Arora and Bessette keys.
that this is a synonym or even close to T.terreum.
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