Notes: Fruiting near Inocybe adaequata with Quercus agrifolia. Recognized by distinctive dense white fibrils covering pileus at umbo and long brown fibrils covering the whole cap. It was impossible to figure out what was going on until I got out my hand lens! Gills are white, adnexed, with some forking and buff after shedding spores. Spores are dull brown. Found by exploring a slight lump in leaf litter.
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