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These were growing on the ground in the Big Sandy Creek Unit.
They were up to 2.8 cm across and 12 cm wide.
Did not see a subgleba.

Spores were brown to olive brown and ~ 3.5-4.3 microns, mostly globose, smooth or perhaps minutely warted and usually with a short pedicel.
Saw only limited capillitial threads that were fairly thick and unbranched with some small pits.

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