These were fairly common at the 50th NAMA Foray.
I didn’t get enough spores to see if they were “weakly amyloid” but they were in the right size range; ~ 4.2-5.0 X 3.0-3.5 microns for the few I measured.
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|I’d Call It That||3.0||14.97||3||(convallaria,irenea,Ronpast)|
sum(score * weight) /
(total weight + 1)
is bruising orange, ovinus yellow; confluens has a pale orange cap, ovinus white to greyish brown; confluens grows with pine, ovinus with spruce. Both have non-amyloid spores.
What makes this one different than A. ovinus?
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