Notes: Thinly viscid with a small, distinct umbo even at age
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You could compare with other obs. and the description for H. brunneus, maybe?
it doesn’t look much like discoideus (grows with spruce). If you need a european name, it looks closer to Hygrophorus arbustivus (grows with oak).
but what are the odds? Plus, discoideus is an alpine species. Something similar can be found in the Sierra, often a good bit brighter than the material shown here, but of course I understand that it has been raining…
Document it, Christian! I’d say we haven’t nailed the ID quite yet.
Could be H. discoideus? Somewhere close to that…
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