Notes: Found on the ground, under tan oak, live oak, redwood, D. fir.
Only one small one found of this, but a slightly strange Pluteus. I didn’t notice until much later, that the gills are lightly marginate, with grey edges. You can see that in the posed photo on white paper.
I got this one under the scope, the cap is a cutis of long inflated pigmented cells, no clamps obs. Cheilocystidia thin walled, clavate, lightly pigmented grey. Pleurocystidia similar. Spores sub-globose, smooth no germ pore.
They keys put this in Pluteus as P. umbrosus, but I don’t think that is right.
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