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From my experience working on Volvariella back in Spain V. surrecta is a rare species even in areas where Clitocybe nebularis is quite common. Boekhout (in Flora Agaricina Neerlandica vol. 2) reports a similar pattern for the Netherlands.
Here in North America the last monographic approach to the genus is from Robert Shaffer in 1957 and he only reported V. surrecta from Ontario and Minnesota, so probably it has a similar pattern here, widespread but not common.
for C. nebularis from western North America. I wonder if they find this Volvariella out west?
I’m sure Noah has better pics of this collection. It is rare in my experience but then I don’t see C;itocybe nebularis much which is its favorite host. Both collections I have seen were from Massachusetts.
Now that’s something I haven’t seen. I presume it’s quite uncommon, if not rare?
Nice in situ photos.
Probably C. nebularis.