Notes: A single small specimen fruiting in ground, mixed woods. Cap: 2.8 cm., dry, velvety, finely aerolate. Stem: 5.6 cm X 8 mm. No spore print available.
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that day on a MOMS foray. They are easy to miss because they are so small — especially when the leaves start to fall — but that special color never fails to catch one’s eye.
Created: 2015-09-06 18:22:20 AST (+0300)
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