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This beautiful specimen was found sitting lonely and solitary in some lawn, so I thought I would give it some company. I am sure its probably some LBM, but can anyone recognize what it is? It is dropping spores for me right now on a new friend of his called paper, but I believe they are coming out chocolate brown although it is premature to say. Stem is fibrous and hollow, cap was crisp and I accidently dropped him to cause that crack =(. There is also a veil reminant on the stem. This was located in the Puget Sound area of Washington.