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Habitat: Central Oklahoma in a field where horses are roaming. Near fence and growing at the base of row of elm and one oak tree.
Sorry but I do not know anymore than this. I got some great photos. Some were tiny and VERY compact and others were much larger and a golden tasty brown color.The bigger ones looked a bit dried and the stems seemed woody by sight.
I could not get a sample because I had my 8 year old niece with me and she was asking questions. Too many questions if u know what I mean. I am planning on going back tomorrow to get a sample if it is worth it but in the meantime here are the photos. I tried to take them as best as possible.
3. Note: These very tight and tiny mushrooms I damaged to see if there was any black. Before I left I took a photo. That is the dark spot in the middle.