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These are a definitely more striate and the stem looks a bit stockier.
T. hiemalis and T.furfuracea in Miller & Miller, North American Mushrooms. The striate cap and wood mulch habitat along with fruiting in cold weather point to this species. The postings of Tubaria hiemalis on MO do look different. They are from the West Coast. This is a very old photo and until this book came out I had been calling this T. furfuracea. Little Brown Mushrooms….
How are you separating this from T. furfuracea?
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