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that you had a similar obs from 2008. I have sometimes seen a faint ring-zone on Tubaria furfuracea, but never as well developed as this. Could it be a possible variation after all?
in Stropharia? Reminds me of a small version of (formerly) Stropharia thrausta… except for the wrinkled cap margin. But could that be an anomaly due to atmospheric conditions?
and too pale gills. Maybe Tubaria, but not what I’d call Tubaria confragosa.
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