Found under spruce and fir.
I wanted these to be some other species, they did not look typical. The stipes are smoother in these, and there appears to be veil remnants on the upper stipe in all of the ones in this collection. It seems that the veil remnants were just scaling on the stipe. Checking with the sources, these are just the common H. sinapizans, which is found all over the area at this time.
Cheilocystidia obs., cylindrical with blunt apecies. Spores ellipsoid to lemoniform, with pointed ends, strongly dextrinoid, roughened, apr. 12 um long.
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