These were growing in mixed woods of mostly Doug Fir and Tanoak.
Caps were up to 5.4 cm across with some larger older specimens that I did not pick.
Spores were ~ 7.4-10.0 X 4.9-6.0 microns, elliptical to elongate and smooth.
Quite abundant Pleurocystidia and Cheilocystidia that was thick-walled and mostly narrowly fusiform in the range of 60.0-85.0 X 11.0-16.0 microns.
They did not seem to have a strong odor so I had difficulty keying them out, but the conditions were dry and by crushing the cap, a mild fragrant odor was noted.
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