These were found in the northern section of the Turkey Creek Unit.
They were growing in the woods, separately, and on an old log….not the usual mo for this species.
The whitish spores were rapidly dextrinoid and ~ 7.2-10.0 X 5.3-6.9 microns with a small germ pore.
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