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Did you think of Agrocybe firma? See my and Jacqueline’s pictures at MycoQuebec.org
The stipe appeared short at first, and in fact, only the largest one in the cluster was visible, but when I went to pick it I saw a smaller cap buried in the wood, so I peeled back a chunk of wood and the stipes were deeply planted, and there were a couple more tiny mushrooms attached that had not yet emerged.
Unusual I suppose. The other two caps in the photo that are still attached to the wood had a pretty average length of the stipes when I picked them.
Unusually long stipes on these guys? Have you seen them looking like this before?
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