Found under mixed woods with redwoods, fir, oak, and several other hardwoods in near vicinity.

They were fairly dried out, cap was greenish with a metallic sheen, with a colour that would make me think Amanita Phalloides if it weren’t so doggone small.

Cap was all of about 4 cm across, stem was about 3 or 4 mm wide and about 100 mm long.

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