Found in OGI campus; growing in several groups (more than 20 mushrooms total) under a Douglas fir tree at the border of a parking lot. There were no other trees nearby.
Odor mild; taste mild at first, then in about a minute becomes farinaceous and a bit sour.
Cortina present in young specimens. Gills with black margin; margin becomes black dotted in older specimens.
Flesh in cap and stem gray, becomes white in age. With maturity, gills also pale and stem becomes hollow.
Spores typically 5-6.5 × 4 microns. Cheilocystidia present, didn’t check if there were pleurocystidia.
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Created: 2012-12-01 11:39:09 CET (+0100)
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