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Distribution and habitat
Grows solitary or gregariously in groups, sometimes in cespitose clusters of almost a hundred mushrooms, terrestrial, growing directly from soils rich in organic matter. Found near rivers, creaks and ravines, sometimes growing directly from steep mossy ravine walls. Found in humid and shadowed places in mesophytic forests, oak and pine forests, or cloud forests.
Often found in subtropical forests containing Alnus sp., Magnolia sp., Fraxinus sp., Quercus sp., large pines and blackberry bushes.
Known to occur in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru.
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