Found in moss on the ground, no grass, no wood, under D. fir and pine.
These were given to Judy Rodgers to take a look at, at some point. She has seen ones that agree with G. clavata up in the Portland area, but remarked that what she sees are larger, thicker ‘shrooms than what was seen here. We both agree that they don’t really agree with the G. heterocystis description from Smith and Singer, and we’re fairly certain that we haven’t seen anything quite like G. heterocystis out there.
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