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|I’d Call It That||3.0||5.34||1||(Davide Puddu)|
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i mean , it seems typical A.ceciliae to me. i know A.submembranacea too but i mainly see it on the alps under coniferous trees such as Picea and Abies and the veil doesn’t break like this on the cap.
This was under 3 species of Quercus,so it would be a little out of the typical habitat.