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Photos taken October 17th Cold Nights may have dipped down to freezing once before recorded Slight Rain-fall past week. Semi-dewy grasses. Found in same Dung heap areas as Panaeolus semiovatus var. phalaenarum Found Earlier this year... as well as possible Stropharia semiglobata photographed at the same time.
Habitat: Grassy Upland Hills in southern VT. Field/Pasture,altitude about 300-500 ft above sea level.horse/cow dung,grassy areas within 15-45 ft perimeter of medium-big unknown tree. Gills: Brownish-Redish to Grey
Stem: 4-7ish inches long,pea size diameter, tan to red of more brownish color, texture of some stems were slimy
Cap: blueberry-size to 25 cent-coin diameter. redish-cream, color, conical, flattened out