Notes: Inocybe lilacina may be a better name for this taxa. Whatever you call it, Inocybe expert Brandon Matheny tells me, according to the DNA sequencing he has done, that there are three different species of “I. lilacina”, European, East coast US, and West coast US. So you can eventually expect to see new names for the US material.
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