Single specimen, growing on a conifer log. Most spores 7 × 5 microns. Hairs on pileipellis ~300 microns. Cheilocystidia ~100 microns long, pleurocystidia ~70 microns.
Pink tint on the stem and at the stem bottom where broken was very noticeable.
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Thank you very much for your comments.
The pink tints on the stipe and the cystidia with small apical projections certainly put this on the Pluteus roseipes group.
Whether this is the same as the European P. roseipes remains to be determined, there is at least one North American taxa in sect. Hispidoderma that can present pinkish tones on the stipe (Pluteus glabrescens Murrill) but this is a very poorly known species
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