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But I still think it is a different species. It is stouter than all pratensis I have ever seen and reminds more of a Hygrophorus which was why I was puzzled at first. Furthermore the stipe seems somewhat pruinose/farinaceous in some collections. Did not check the micros though.
Cuphophyllus pratensis var. pallidus (Cooke) Bon, Docums Mycol. 19(no. 76): 73 (1989)
is pale to vividly orangeish, this is white to creamy.
And very rare.
But the habitat is the same. I do not know if there is any DNA done on this by now.
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