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

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

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

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

Adnexed, close, creamy, rough to serrate

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:

Any thoughts or suggestions are welcome.

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

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