Notes: Found near West Road above West Loop on Upper Campus.
Staining distinctly pinkish-red, dried specimens entirely orange-yellow to reddish.
Stipe pruinose, but extent difficult to determing.
Directly under redwood and in heavy redwood duff, but in mixed forest.
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I’d go for aff. whitei on this (that would include pudica, armeniaca and geophylla var. lateritia if they aren’t properly understood).
Inocybe pudica is described with slimmer spores and cystidia, I don’t know much about the others.
I would have called it Inocybe whitei if I had found it here i Scandinavia..
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