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were different from those I’m used to see. I think that’s because they are no longer as young. But the gills tend to be white to cream. The color of the cap, something between the gray, the green and a little blue. I corrected the white balance on picture manager, because I have dozen of pictures taken with white balance on by mistake.
I think of this species as diminutive, but there are other observations on MO that show similar large fruit bodies. Every thing gets old. If identified correctly, this collection is more similar to the those found in the eastern US, which have white gills. The ones on the west coast of NA have aqua gills.
they were greenish, anise odor.
What did they smell like?
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