Notes: These were fairly small with caps up to 4.4cm across and stipes 5.5cm. The caps appeared to be somewhat hygrophanous and not viscid.
The cap, cap flesh and stipe all turned a dark brown with KOH.
Not a great deal of cortina evident on older specimens but the smaller ones did have some noticeable white material.
They were growing in primarily a Doug fir and tanoak environment.
The spores were fairly large, approx. 11.8-12.5 X 6.9-7.3 microns and rough.
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