Notes: A single fruitbody growing on ground (possibly buried wood) under pitch pines.
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Indeed, one might expect a more vivid color from this mushroom; however, MushroomExpert.com states that the color varies from “cinnabar red to orange or rusty cinnamon”. Do you think it is a stretch to “rusty cinnamon”?
C. cinnabarina has an orangish red color. This looks brownish from the photos.
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