Pluteus cervinus (Schaeff.) P. Kumm. on MyCoPortal
Pluteus cervinus on MycoBank
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which would be difficult to identify. It was growing in a conifer dominated area. However, since I couldn’t find detailed information on P. pouzarianus and since it was not listed on Dr. Desjardin’s Sierra Spring Fungi List, I decided it was safe enough to go with P. cervinus.
are you sure that is growing on deciduous wood and not conifer? i see pine needles…
Pluteus pouzarianus is similar grows on conifer wood etc but I am not sure if it has horned cystidia???
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