Observation 60734: Entoloma subgenus Nolanea (Fr. : Fr.) Noordel.
When: 2010-12-03
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: 12-3-10
Rowan Co., NC
USA

Found alone, growing from decayed wood/soil, in mixed woods.
(The wood was either pine or cedar I can’t remember which. Though it could possibly be growing from soil because I found a few more of these guys scattered growing from soil)

Trees: from closest to furthest
Beech, Tulip Poplar, Gumball, Virginia Pine

Pileus:
3cm broad, convex, smooth with some minute hairs (very small)
Brown
Margin faintly striate(.7cm) and slightly incurved

Lamellae:
Adnexed, close, creamy, rough to serrate

Stipe:
8cm long, .2-.3cm wide, gradually enlarging from apex to base, smooth, slightly hollow.
Gray to brown depending on what angle it is viewed from. Also has a slight sheen to it.

Spore Print:
Pink

Any thoughts or suggestions are welcome.
Thanks.

(By the way, the paper in the pictures is pink)

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