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It is striate so we are back to square one. It could be an Entoloma and it could be a lot of other genera.
taken 2 years ago and I have not seen the like since then. I’ll haunt the area next summer and see if it fruits again.
BTW, there is a young specimen in photo 2 – out of focus but perhaps some features of interest?
Any chance it could be a collyboid Entoloma? I’ve been poking around mushroomexpert.com to look for this.
mushroom, perhaps 9-10 cm diameter.
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