Notes: Growing along trail, in a oak+maple+elm forest.
Spore size up to 20 × 10 microns.
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Irene, thanks for your comment. I looked at descriptions in Swiss-1 and Besettte-Besette-Fischer and they both mention olive-brown fertile surface. The range for the spore size is smaller in Swiss-1 (17.5-18.5 × 10-11) and the spores look a bit different in their drawing.
I saw a few paraphyses that match the shape in Swiss-1, except for the septa which my eyes didn’t see.
It seems to be a common mushroom there. I saw the groups of them in 2-3 places, some rather large, over 10 cm.
what it is, but the olive tint in the fruitbodies, and apical swellings on the spores, suggest something else, not badia.
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