Notes: These looked like Inocybe calamistrata. The spore size was closer to Inocybe hirsuta var. maxima but there was no reddening that I could see. Also, I didn’t get any strong odor from these but odor detection is definitely not my forte.
There was a greenish tint on the stipe base and even on the cap of the yougest one. However, it was not strong and barely shows up in the photos.
They were growing in a predominantly spruce area.
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herbarium for studying … maybe some day it will get your name if it’s really a new one :)
this is not calamistrata. Another that can have greenish hues, which it also reminds of, is Inocybe heimii (growing in coastal dunes near Pinus).
But don’t be surprised if you find an undescribed species, impossible to ID. It’s a lot of them out there.
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