Notes: These were growing under a planted pine, non-native I believe.
They were firm and quite a bit more stocky than what I normally run across.
Also, contrary to the normal references, I found the taste to be only very slightly bitter but the odor was strong and rather unpleasant(somewhat mealy).
The spore print was white and strongly amyloid.
Spores were ~ 5.9-7.1 X 4.0-5.0 microns, with spikey warts.
Leucopaxillus albissimus (Peck) Singer on MyCoPortal
Leucopaxillus albissimus on MycoBank
Alternative Name: Leucopaxillus cerealis (Lasch) Singer
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I added your spore pic to the Wikipedia article:
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