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I could hardly pick the booger with my fingers, and would have hard time figuring out any features in the field with this one.
Andrew, I’m going to post a Hygrocybe in just a few minutes that looks very similar to yours here. This is a frighteningly frustrating group (the littlest ones) to pin down the specie on. My thinking is the scientist have a lot of work ahead doing DNA on this group and even then things might not be clear.
It grew near, but not right next to, the bigger one, though, so I am not sure it’s the same species. The “giant” is about twice bigger than the “tiny”.
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