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Found growing in a grassy lawn next to a church. Soil had sand in
it and there was pine trees present along with some maple and oak.
The grass had dirt/sand patches and moss. The specimen was pulled
directly from the moss. It was alone in a cluster of small panaeolus
species and marasmius species. It rained a day or two before the find.
And there was heavy dew in the mornings. I dont think any weather
station is accurate. It was storming for 30 minutes and the weather said
it was clear and 0% chance of any for of precipitation. So don’t go by what
What type of environment was it found in? I checked the weather for bucks county near the time of discovery and there was little to no rainfall. Can you describe the conditions in which you found it?
Print was brown and very light. Not a heavy print.