Notes: These were growing in grass surrounded by mature basswood, black cherry, black birch, beech and sugar maple (tree identification by R. J. Cook of RAMA). There was also a small white pine (~7 feet tall) a few yards away and a comparably-sized hemlock farther out. From the looks of it, these were mycorrhizal with the hardwoods! This section of the woods was adjacent to the visitor center.
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