Collection location: Forest near Elgin St., Pembroke, Ontario, Canada [Click for map]
These were in a seldom-visited area, Zone 56. Zone 56 and the higher-numbered zones are nearly inaccessible beyond a nasty area of deep mud, and contain more muddy areas. But today I brought boots with me to change into to traverse this crap.
On the far side I discovered large areas of virgin territory, including a mile-long meadow and other scenery, along with some mushrooms. Yet most of this activity was within twenty feet of the first nasty mud crossing, in Zone 56. Besides these, there was a Lactarius, a Russula, a Lycoperdon, Scutellinia scutellata, an Ascocoryne, and Entoloma abortivum within a quite small region.
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