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under white fir and riparian trees near Peavine Creek, southeast of Mount Shasta.
Also you found it in Abies duff, I found it in the duff of Abies and Picea, so a very similar habitat, strange. Makes me wonder about species that might be similar between Europe and Mexico, but not the east coast.
It was farinaceous, but not the usual Entoloma mealy smell, more like rubber.
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