Notes: The stipe isn’t as yellow as the pictures I’ve found online, but I instantly associated it with P. cervinus in stature, although it’s quite a bit smaller, with the pileus measuring 2.4cm and the stipe 3mm across. Total height was 3.2cm. Fruiting on live oak. The pileus was velvety and, although it doesn’t show in the photo, the gills had a pinkish cast to them.
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