Notes: I got a very faint whitish(?) print. The spores are tiny – I’m guessing 2-3 microns (sorry, no reticule) – smooth, oval.
Arora suggests lentinus, marasmius(?), omphalotus, pleurotus, claudopus, phyllotopsis, rhodotus, crepidotus or paxillus for gilled mushrooms with “stalk consistently off-center, lateral, or absent …”. None of those seem to fit.
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I should have looked at Mykoweb
The color and tomentose cape are distinctive for Phyllotopsis nidulans. If you have the collection, smell it…you won’t forget it!
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