Collection location: Walkingstick Rd., Nantahala National Forest, North Carolina, USA [Click for map]
thought to be something in the neighborhood of I. hystrix, but will not key out to any known Inocybe. Pilei suprisingly firm. No field photos. Specimens pictured slightly drier than in situ. No cystidia observed (but there is more scouring in our future). Dried material available.
Substrate: in soil beside road
Habitat: mixed deciduous + coniferous temperate rainforest, ~4200 ft.
Collectors: L. Gallagher & D. Newman
Collected for the 2014 Fleshy Fungi of the Highlands Plateau course, taught by Andy Methven at the Highlands Biological Station in Highlands, North Carolina.
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