Notes: These appear to be the same as MO#174254 which I found also growing on a well decayed old log, but a few miles away.
Caps up to 8.3 cm across and tacky when wet.
These also had a strong odor, maybe fishy, but not good fishy.
As with the previous one, these did not give up spores willingly.
The spores did appear to be whitish , ~ 7.9-9.5 X 7.0-9.0 microns, mostly subgobose(Qave = 1.09), with moderate warts and some thin lines.
Also, like the previous one, the stem bruised a tannish color where handled.
And they also had an acrid taste that took a little while to develop on the tongue.
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