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Lived in Seattle (in town and in Alderwood Manor) for a few years in the 80’s. Before Microsoft set up shop there. I loved the area and didn’t mind the gentle misty rains at all (well not too much, anyway). Yea Seattle! Too bad I was not a mushroom enthusiast then…
Its just one huge mushroom city with buildings in the way. Many many parks, and lot of them were projects of the Ecology Restoration students at the uni there.
Surrounding Seattle, just more and more parks! Beautiful place to live!
May I ask what the habitat was? It seems there are some small cones (red cedar?) and wood chips on the ground, and some green-leaved flower vines. Seems as from a suburban park or garden rather than in the wilderness.