Collection location: Grass Lake, Olympia, Washington, USA [Click for map]
located under a grove of Thuja Plicata.
Temp/weather- warm, sunny upper 40’s-low 50’s.
From the literature in Arora’s book it indicates these are usually a Southwestern species. As far as I can tell(and can key) these are pectinatum. Very interesting little specimens- much smaller than G. saccatum (about 4-6cm. base and 1-3cm ball cap).
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Your Lacifomes find is incredible by the way-Very impressive! I always have wanted to find one of those :)
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