Notes: Examined 19 March 2013.
Found in Panther Creek Camp.
Caps and stems viscid. Recorded mild odor, didn’t taste it.
Spores from spore print measured 5.5-7 × 3.5-4 at the day of collection. Now, from a gilled edge revived in ETOH, stained with Congo Red, and mounted in KOH: 7-10 × 4-6. Basidia 4-spored, ~25 × 7.5. Lamellar edge gelatinous. Cheilocystidia of two kinds: those with excrescences forming sterile band, ~30 × 10; the second kind smooth, often with pointed top, ~40 × 10. Pleurocystidia up to 100 × 12.5, scattered but not rare (found even on the slide with a thin slice of a gill edge).
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|I’d Call It That||3.0||5.73||1||(sava)|
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… is to question here. Must be false modesty. Will upgrade the vote so that nobody else sees.
Why only possible, looks like a good work up, it is known from the area. What is the question on the id here?
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