Habitat: solitary in soil/duff in conifer forest.
Identification based on: slightly viscid white/gray plane to wavy cap with incurved margin, close, decurrent white gills that become pink, pink, amygdaliform spores with longitudinal ridges. It also has a strong farinaceous odor.
Key Used: “California Mushrooms: the Comprehensive Identification Guide” by Dennis E. Desjardin, Michael G. Wood, and Frederick A. Stevens.
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