Notes: Specimens growing under Quercus trees, though some pines also exist not far away.
The color of the cap was very light brown in the mature specimen; the young one was more colorful as the photos show; On drying a greyish tone was added, while the gills became light orangish.
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Maybe the spores are not so broadly ellipsoid as expected; Are they?
I’m wondering if they will have broadly ellipsoid average spores.
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