Notes: Found several of these, always growing alone, in trail in spruce forest on relatively dry slopes. (Could conceivably be associated with Vaccinium or Rhododendron, not Picea.) Stipe was always swollen like this. Very distinctive flap of sterile tissue hanging from margin of cap. Spore print brownish (scanty).
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