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Cap: 5 inches (12.5cm) across top, gray-brown, slightly viscid from last night’s rain. Stipe: orangish-brown, white base, 4 inches long (10cm), deeply rooting. Gills: smokey gray, white edged. What appears to be a cobwebby red cortina attached to stipe below gills. Thought this was Gomphidius maculatus, as it matches Arora’s description. After checking other obs. on MO, less certain.


Cap gray-brown; gills smokey gray, edged in white; stipe fairly long, brown or orange-brown, white and dark brown at base, rooting below ground.
Gills smokey gray, white edged. What looks like a red cortina present.

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