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…for the additional informations, Irene.
but I know this species from a few different habitats. Always on more or less sandy soil (which is a typical pine habitat), but not only with pine.
The dark colour is typical. They are slightly hygrophanous, but not fading, the brown hue in them just turns a little more greyish.
I see some brownish needles of Pinus at your photos. This is a good evidence because the German Entoloma specialist Gerhard Wölfel told me that he knows E. vernum only from Pinus forests in spring.
Also the fruitbodies shouldn’t have any smell – right?
Best regards, Andreas
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