Kinda funny seeing these. Came in with Hugh Smith (or was that another time, anyway these came in…), and I believe it was said they were found under pine.
These are rather common in the spring in the high elevations, and to find it on the coast in the winter is a little strange, or at least rare. Not sure what else these could be, they match in all ways, white, off-white gills, and a fibrous veil.
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