Notes: These look somewhat similar to my last Observation but the spores were larger and more ellipsoid and the cap was pretty viscid/slimy.
It was growing in mixed woods near tanoak, huckleberry, and maybe fir.
Spores were approx. 7.9-9.9 X 5.0-6.1 microns (some large ones in the mix).
I wanted to call them C. griseoviolaceus but it seemed to lack blue colorations.
The slimy cap seems to throw the selection of subgenus into some confusion.
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