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It is usually a fall species in my experience but MO observations have it throughout the season. I have corrected the date. I have never found it in June!
This link was in the Adirondacks in Aug. 2011. http://mushroomobserver.org/image/show_image/176418?q=1nfin&size=full_size
It is small and easily overlooked.
Is it typically a late-spring/early-summer mushroom in NE NA?
every time i see it…i am stunned.
which reminds me, it fruits around this time here…
appears to be from Alaska to the Gulf Coast. Jean Lodge would like collections. Yes another odd member of Hygrophoraceae.
I didn’t realize that they were also an eastern sp.