Definetly the most abundant shroom at this location at 9000 ft. elevation. Growing entirly under spruce and mat manzanita, along snow banks and in moss. Can’t figure out the exact spieces for some are large, some scarlet red fading white, some green to olive green fading to yellow, but mostly a tan brown color with white to buff gills.
[admin – Sun Nov 14 15:59:25 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘Coyote Lake, California, USA’ to ‘Coyote Lake, Fresno Co., California, USA’
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my first comment looks strange, but the pictures with probable Cortinarius have been removed…
The one in the last picture is possibly a Tricholoma, but it seems to me like there are two, maybe three species here (Picture 1, 2 and 4 look like Cortinarius).
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