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The habitat andd cones look like Deodar Cedar and I don’t see a single fascicle of pine needles.
The patch is gone this year. Never was very happy.
These mushrooms look tiny.
From some of my finds this fall in Seattle, I believe this species is happy to munch on decaying needle duff.
:o Cyanescens living amongst the pines?
Some almost slightly resemble cyanofriscosas.
Its growing in wood chips under a pine tree.
are those pinkish cones in the first photo?
Created: 2009-12-20 23:06:11 EET (+0200)
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