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that’s a very good point john—i’m all wintered out, so it’s been a while since i did my homework, but i felt pretty confident about these being s. rugosoannulata last may. the veil remnants, location (wood chip garden), coloration, etc. seemed to add up to it, but i’m not so sure about the caps and i didn’t get a spore print..
Isn’t this out of the description as having a smooth cuticle on cap? I am noting this because I also live in Maryland and just posted an observation of what look to be S. rugosoannulata but with a very scaly cap.
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