Notes: These were growing under manzanita in a small clump.
Caps were up to 5 cm across.
Gills were adnate, close, creamy to buff and dried grayish.
Spore print was whitish, not amyloid and spores ~ 7.0-9.1 X 4.0-5.0 microns.
There did seem to be some blackish bruising and the caps did dry blackish.
Could not find any gill cystidia.
My ID is weak since I have never seen this species but it at least seems to match several of the criteria.
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That is pretty extensive. On my first go-through, L semitale is noted in the keys but didn’t see a description. May need to try it again.
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