This gravid female was the only one near the usual breeding pool. Female, gravid.
No stain, fibrillose stem, no notable smell. Was thinking it might be Lepiota magnispora, but now that I'm looking at pics that doesn't seem right.
Looked like it was growing out of the remains of aralia, but probably just growing from fallen wood.
Probably completely unidentifiable in this state, but I thought it might be interesting to note it hasn't started putting up new shoots yet.
Oak and bay, no stain, fibrilose stem
Growing in the soil of a houseplant in my bathroom.
8+ specimens sprouting from decaying Quercus agrifolia stumps and root systems. Context soft, rubbery, very aromatic (sweet / chemical), colored same as pileus. Gills mazelike, thin, white. KOH-. Spore print not obtained.