Collection location: Wildcat Hollow, Wayne National Forest, Ohio, USA [Click for map]
These small parasitic mushrooms were growing from the mummified fruit-body of some other kind of mushroom. I could not see any gills, so I suspect they are boletes.
I have seen parasitic boletes growing from puffballs before, but never from an agaric. The general shape of the host suggests Russula or Lactarius.
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