Notes: Growing on the ground in mixed woods with Doug fir and Madrone appearing to be the closest.
Caps up to 25 mm across and stems up to 40 mm X 4 mm.
Did not detect any distinct odor.
Spores ~ 8.9-11.9(12.6) X 5.8-6.9 microns, ellipsoid to elongate and smooth.
Significant gill cystidia that was fairly variable in shape.
Most Cheilocystidia was near cylindrical to narrowly lageniform, ~ 60-66 X 9-12 microns, fairly thick-walled with few to no metuloids.
They seemed to be similar to Inocybe subdestricta but spores a little too wide and cystidia not a match.
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