Notes: Caps up to 2 cm. Odor indistinctive, taste hard to describe. I didn’t take note of the nearest trees.
Typical spore size 7 × 4. I looked for cheilocystidia and didn’t find any. Shanks would call this T. myomyces var. myomyces then, I suppose.
If someone recognizes “pseudoparenchymatous hypoderm” in the two pileipellis photos here, please comment. The concept is still a mystery to me.
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