Notes: Singular specimen in forest of hemlock, birch, and other hardwoods. B. miniato-olivaceus growing in the vicinity. So I did consider this possibly being a very faded example of mini-o (collected after a heavy rainfall). But, other than cap color, there are a few things that eliminate mini-o: strong bluing on pores and all cut context, KOH dull orange on cap surface (several examples of mini-o all turned olive with KOH on cap). Spores are similar to mini-o, with quotient averaging a bit larger for the mushroom featured in this obs.
Second micro-photo shows what appear to be cystidia that match the roseipes description put forth in B/R/B… long, thin, a bit thicker in the mid-section.
Upper stipe pale without observable reticulations.
I have found solitary examples of this type at the same location in the past. B. inedulis and B. calopus are other names I have considered.
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