Habitat: Growing in leaf litter/soil below trees at the edge of a dense mixed hardwood/coniferous forest in NW Georgia (Gordon County), US.

Pileus: Ranges from 3-5cm diameter in these specimens. Pale brown. Darker brown centrally and around margins.

Gills: Crowded, rosy brown.

Stipe: Pale cream to brown. Lightly ridged. Long and twisting. Bright white towards base. No annulus. .5-.75cm width.

*Look similar to A. sororia or something in A. praecox group—so I’ll have to look further into both of those. Has not been scoped yet.


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