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but you did have me goin’ there for a minute, checking my potential Hawaiin Rhodos! ;)
this sucker and his little friend were heading south fast, but the right characters were in place.
compare with Ian Dodd’s soft focus shots of a honey mushroom, with gills reddening with age:
I often see this in old material, but it sure confused me at first.
Rhodocollybia, at least R. laulaha, has extremely crowded, thin, reddening gills, and an apparently maze-like tangle of gills near the stipe; it is both described and shown in the Hawaiin Mushroom book. I have never seen it.
the spotted cap shown here is also often seen in Armillaria:
whitish spores on cap coulda been either genus.
Rhodocollybia was not an unreasonable guess.
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