Collection location: Tomales Bay State Park, Marin Co., California, USA [Click for map]
Found in moss on the ground, under mixed forest, and some under only live oak.
These are probable some variation of G. vittaeformis, since they were found in moss on the ground, the caps are strait conical, and the stipes are smooth strait, finely prunose (thats the caulocystidia down the whole stipe), and darker then the cap, and darkening from the base. With all that you can almost id these by eye… (almost… but then the variations are microscopic…)
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