Growing on the ground with mixed conifers.
Caps up to 2.3 cm across.
Stipes up to 5 X 0.4 cm.
Spores 10.0-13.1 X 5.8-6.9 microns, angular(soft-wedge-shaped).
Qavg = (1.94)1.95 n=26
Cheilocystidia fairly abundant, mostly utriform, some with apical encrustations ~ 40-57 X 15-19 microns.. Pleurocystidia similar but not abundant
Odor not distinctive
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Deciphering and posting cryptic LBMs, especially inocybes, doesn’t make much sense unless the write up contains a detailed microscopic description backed up by good quality pix… I have a lot of respect for this kind of effort!
I was hoping it would take me somewhere besides the usual “Inocybe sp.”
Created: 2015-07-15 20:23:31 PDT (-0700)
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