This little amanita in moss in Zone 39 makes a nice bit of variety during what turned out to be the Day of the Boletes.
Zone 39 is mixed, mostly hardwoods, with a relatively dense local network of trails and some big thick carpets of moss. Those moss carpets crank out Cantharellula umbonata in sizable numbers in the fall, but this observation goes to show that they aren’t completely silent in the summer.
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