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Looks a little lower, too. Wouldn’t be surprised if there wasn’t a small sinkhole there, allowing for greater moisture or water availability. The Western redcedar is a clue too, I think.
A more specific location I would greatly appreciate it!
I saw a few of these mushrooms in the same area several weeks ago before the leaf litter appeared, so I would venture to guess they are not growing from it. However, I did not get a close enough look. And no, I did not walk on them. Outside of the photographed area, they were quite scattered and it was easy to prevent stepping on them. Thanks for the comments, all!
You haven’t walk on them but that was a difficult task I think.
could they be growing on it?