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Habitat: Grass-found near/under a half dozen white birch trees next to a stream. In a grassy area that sits between the stream and coniferous trees. There were about 20 of them scattered in the grassy area under the trees and down to the stream.
Gills: I dont really know how to describe them....cause they dont exist. They are like a spongy texture.
Stem: Whitish, pretty fragile, slightly enlarged at base. 2cm wide.
Cap: Brown and slightly tacky to the touch, smooth, 4 inches in diameter. The texture of the cap reminded me of a portabello.
Spore print color: Have not done one. I picked it about 2 hours ago, and would like to eat it if I can.
Bruising: No color change was observed.
Location: Picked in Seattle, Washington, USA PHOTO 1 PHOTO 2 PHOTO 3