This collection was under mixed hardwoods, and had a pileus much lighter than usual.
The micrograph shows type B cheilocystidia, which is much larger and more cylindrical than type A cheilocystidia.
All fruit bodies were confirmed to be P. neoxalapensis by microscopy.
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