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Growing un a watershed area in Phil Hardberger park among oaks, cedar elm, and juniper.

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The flooding pattern
By: Jared McRae (redeye311)
2017-08-10 22:38:09 PDT (-0700)

may be a factor. This was a pretty wet time in a flood plain area. I found the tight clusters in areas where large volumes of leaflitterand and soil settled. This leaf litter/soil mix holds moisture very well. (One theory maybe?)

The color
By: Logan Wiedenfeld (LoganW)
2017-06-04 11:46:57 PDT (-0700)

clearly fits, from the purplish cap to the lighter hymenium. For lack of a better candidate, “I’d call it that” too. I wonder if the tree symbiote influences fruiting patterns or something.

Thank you!
By: Jared McRae (redeye311)
2017-06-04 11:08:17 PDT (-0700)

This was a first find for me but I’m pretty confident in the ID. There were several large sized mushrooms growing singularly but many were tightly clustered.

Really cool!
By: Logan Wiedenfeld (LoganW)
2017-06-04 10:23:24 PDT (-0700)

I’ve never seen them growing in clusters like that. I wonder if this isn’t something different (or maybe what I’ve been calling C. lewisii isn’t something different).

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