These were rather small and delicate with caps up to 3.8cm across. The spores were dextrinoid and ave~7.5 X 3.6 microns with a fairly high degree of variability.
They were growing in rocky ground by the side of a trail with tanoak and spruce nearby.
They do match the description in MD but I understand that more a detailed analysis would be necessary to pinpoint the species more conclusively.
[admin – Sat Aug 14 02:01:30 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘J. Smith State Park, Del Norte Co., California’ to ‘Jedediah Smith State Park, Del Norte Co., California, USA’
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