Notes: Found during this evening’s neighborhood walk.
Growing in dense clusters on mulch and stubborn to harvest (well rooted). Pilei quite slimy AND sticky with a discomforting feeling in the hands.
Separable, gelatinous pellicle present. Hygrophanous pileus.
Aroma is not dis-similar to Inocybe calamistrata.
Spore print is white – despite the brown-colored q-tip swab taken from a cap surface.
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