Notes: Also commonly known as “silky Enteloma” or “Spring Enteloma”
Pinkish grey gills and pink spore print, small.
Striate stem with iridescent white residue.
These are always fun to find for me because they mark the beginning of spring (morchella) season here in Western Washington :)
Weather- warm, upper 50’s sunny.
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