Notes: Still a very young collection. Likely associated with a ornamental paper birch (not native) planted in a front yard. Usually find Paxillus involutus here, but this time (after stating I had never found P.a. in groups before) is a bona fide cluster of ’em. Hope they are young enough to still be around for the OMS Show on Oct. 18.
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