Notes: Growing in mixed woods in the Big Sandy Creek Unit of the Big Thicket NP.
Spore length on these were in the 8-9.5 micron range which is one of the distinguishing characteristics that differentiates it from C. cinnabarius whose spore length is from ~ 6.5-8.0 microns.
My digital camera does not do justice to redness of this type of species.
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