Notes: Found and id’ed by others at the SFSU/Berkeley/Davis weekend.
Id’ed by others, as Gomphidius smithii, because of the lack of yellow at the base. But these are rather bruised and blackened it seems. The cap colors are different from others, not as grey-brown as G. oregonensis, more lightly rose, but not as rosy as G. subroseus. I cut on in half, and there the base inside at least does have yellow in the base.
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