Collection location: Observatory Hill, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada [Click for map]
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How I love that when there are other mushrooms on the same habitat – this seems to be some Mollisia here. Poor ones get overgrown by voracious Hyphodontia ;)
Thanks for catching an error. I posted a wrong photo. Adolf
never has grandinioid surface, this seems to be Hyphodontia floccosa or some other species out of the subalutacea-group. But I am sure there are other species in America waiting to be described. H. cineracea is very thin, grey and bloomish.