These were growing in needle-floor, virgin Pinus sylvestris forest not far from a group of Calocybe chrysenteron and looked quite similar to those at first, so I mixed them up and didn’t get a specimen. Only after looking at the photo I noticed the different gill attachment, mustard hues and different cap surface.
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Created: 2010-02-17 13:38:37 EST (-0500)
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