Notes: These look like Inocybe chelanensis, but while the spores are very similar, they are shorter than reported; 9.9-10.7 vs (10.0-)11.0-14.117.0(-19.5).
However, Kropp & Matheny do mention that the spores are “strongly polymorphic”.
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