Notes:
Fruiting singularly and in small clusters on tufts of grass and solid debris(NOT coprophyllic/on dung).
This area is a seasonal watering/feeding hole for horses during the Spring and summer months. Dung is also discarded in multiple areas at the end of each season. On the edge of a large pasture. Along with this species, multiple Panaeolus and Galerina were visible from time to time here this season as well.

Elevation: 3800ft.

Temp: Upper 30’s.

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Smooth ellypsoid spores(40X lens) purple/brown.
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Smooth ellypsoid spores(40X lens) purple/brown.

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