First time I’ve seen these in wet weather. Almost didn’t recognize them. The wet cap is more gray brown, its margin more irregular and less inrolled, and the gills are split not folded/rolled as they are in dry weather. On dead cottonwood or willow.
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Created: 2015-03-01 17:46:06 CST (-0500)
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