Initially someone at the NAMA 50th Foray in Colorado identified these as Hebeloma populinum, but later it was changed to Hebeloma sp.
The spores were ~ 10.0-11.2(12.0) X 5.2-6.5 microns.
There seemed to be some resemblance to Hebeloma sinapizans but the base of the stipe was definitely not swollen and the cap color was perhaps too pale.
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but Vera was certainly part of the “faculty”.
These were vouchered so maybe a name will show up in the final tally.
Were these shown to Vera? She is probably the best Hebeloma expert in the US at this point. (There is a dubious title…)
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