Multiple small and frozen fb in wood chips and earth, in shade of fence, some frozen last night, others protected by leaf litter. Cap tan, hygrophanous, convex. Gills with many intervenations, at least one is forked, stem without annulus, stem fibrous, flattened, hollow.

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Microscopy is getting better! Cellular contents are smashed into the branches of hyphae, one with a spore on the tip! Bright magenta Phloxine and KOH are cooled down in this photo courtesy of LightRoom.
iPhone and incandescent light
Growing singly and in clusters on ground and in wood chips
Note intervenations and forked gill, hollow stem
Note intervenations and forked gill, hollow stem
spores varied, with one, two, many, or no oil drops, distinct apiculus

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Thanks Alan and Pulk
By: Martin Livezey (MLivezey)
2015-12-30 02:35:03 CST (+0800)

I am relieved that none of my other ID’s have been confirmed; until now, Tubaria have not been part of my local finds. This poorly done observation is the same as a slightly better one here, that you already identified as the same:

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