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Reports it in NY since the 80’s. It is a “weedy” species in the west.
I’ve never seen it in the Garden State either. Judging from the below discussion, this species can be locally very common.
here in eastern PA. Sounds like it’s only a matter of time before this spreads my way.
Dave, this fungus fruits like crazy in CT in my yard as well. Literally covers the ground all over the place; far more prolific than anything including prob psathyrella and coprinus. Gorgeous fruiting bodies very pretty colored. All over the place right now.
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