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Brown to yellowish brown mushroom commonly found growing on top of sandy soil or gravel, grows under to shade of common ferns, underside of this common new hampshire mushroom features yellow pores that stain blue or black instead of gills, gills and flesh also turns blue or green when sliced open with a knife. Cap and stem are both reddish brown and somewhat smooth to the touch.
Sandy soil found near edge of fresh water rivers.