On two alder logs, almost covering them. Taste definitely farinaceous.
Spores 9-10 × 8-9 microns, strongly amyloid; looking more pip-shaped in gill mount than on the photo, taken from spore print.
Band of cheilocystidia, 35-45 microns long.
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