Notes: Largest cap 6 cm.
2-spored basidia. Spores ~10-11 × 5-6. Cheilocystidia observed ~67 × 12.
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I can only add that (some) cheilos were fusiform; didn’t look for caulos, didn’t examine pp. The collection is preserved for whoever pursues your cool proposal. :)
What did the cheilocystidia look like? Were any of them clavate elements? The spores are slightly small, it would be cool to compare DNA with European collections. :)
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