Notes: The beginnings of what will surely be two large caespitose clusters fruiting in a substantial mass of mycelium in a wood-chip mulch bed under an old Forsythia bush.
These specimens have just popped up after two days of heavy rain. Please see photo captions for additional information.
See the tiny reddish fruit bodies (near center of photo) just beginning to emerge from the mulch.
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