Notes: A group of tan colored fibrous capped Inocybe sp. growing from the ground under mixed Hemlock and Beech trees. The spores were nodulose with long protrusions making the overall shape very irregular. Measurement of 20 spores from the longest points gave a average of 8.7 × 5.8 microns, with a Qm = 1.52. Metuloid pleurocystidia were abundant and most were heavily encrusted with large crystals.
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