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I was able to get a much sharper magnified image of the gill surface by changing my lens setup.
Camera not quite microscopic enough to see pleurocystidia- although I tried- (uploaded two more photos) and I really can’t call the young gills pinkish.
Probably a stretch to identify as septentrionalis.
Thanks for you help, Douglas.
Nice photos here, good capture of all details. Looks like a Psathyrella, although I don’t know if there is enough detail to get to P. septentrionalis, maybe. The main book on Psathyrella for the US is the Smith monograph, with some 300-400 species in it. Although most people can’t quite seem to figure out how to use it… need to know if there are pleurocystidia, and then if the gills were pinkish when young? Like that is a useful feature…
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