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Blewit or Cort? Or neither?


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Found growing on lawn.
 

Not robust as guides describe for lepista nuda. Then I came across Clitocybe tarda in my guides, which is in the  Blewit family but smaller and fibrous stalk.
this specimens stem is NOT clubbed or bulbous.
 

Waiting on spore print  

Could it be a Laccaria sp. ??

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I like the Clitocybe tarda proposal. The stature, appearance, and spore print color are all in agreement. Up here in PA I don't find C. tarda until late summer. Aka. Lepista tarda, Clitocybe/Lepista sordida. Usually found on lawns or other grassy areas. 

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