| Pluteus petasatus
|This grouping was found in June under the mid-day sun. Growing
where a tree stump was removed. Often found growing from wood
chips or from roots in lawns where trees have been cut down, making
them appear terrestrial.
|The "horned" cystidia of Pluteus petasatus.
Spores 5–8 x 3.5–6 microns.
|See Pluteus petasatus at