Collection location: Avery Park, Corvallis, Benton Co., Oregon, USA [Click for map]
This were found in abundance in the grass of an old horse shoe ring.
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I didn’t bring any of this specimen home with me, but it was growing in really large clusters. If it is still out there I will certainly mail you a specimen. This was observed on December 1st though, so we’ll see.
Can you mail me a bit? I also considered Marasmius oreades but its too orange.
Yeah, I wasn’t too confident that it was Laccaria, just my best guess. Unfortunately I did not spore print this specimen.
It doesn’t look much like a Laccaria.
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