Collection location: Forest near Elgin St., Pembroke, Ontario, Canada [Click for map]
Found on the edge of mixed birch/pine woods, near sandy soil, less than a day after a hard rain. It was slimy. So were the white Limacellas growing nearby (obs. 11166).
Fourth photo shows one of what seems to be this same species six days later. Third shows that same mushroom upended, on top of a different, larger brown mushroom (obs. 11399) found that day. That other mushroom had browner gills and was non-slimy, suggesting that it was of a different species.
Also seen nearby: obs. 11168, on the 15th.
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