Notes: Found on fallen hardwood, birch I believe. It had snowed recently and it snowed the following night. They were small (~1 cm across). I believe these are the same species observation 32362.
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Thanks Noah! The first time I saw this species on the east coast it was different enough from what I’m used to seeing in the western US that eliminated this and assumed it was dark spored. I didn’t see any evidence of the typical little stem and the pileus surface had a frosty look that was unfamiliar. However, with this second observation I knew it was the same as the other collection and applied the same name, but didn’t check for the little stem. Now that I’m looking for it, it’s pretty obvious. I still haven’t unpacked my scope, but I’m willing to bet the spores will be white!
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