Notes: These were on the smallish size with caps about 4.0 cm across. The caps seemed dry and gills were almost subdistant. The caps were somewhat radially appressed fibrilose. The base was v. sl. enlarged.
The spores were fairly large, ~9.0-11.0 X 6.3-7.2 microns, rough and rather variable.
Not surprisingly, I haven’t run across a match as yet.
They were growing among conifers(mostly lodgepole pines) near a creek at about 5200 ft.
2-7-2017; Cap dried to a light grayish color. UV light was negative on all surfaces of the dried material. Possibly these could be lumped under the Sericeocybe subgroup.
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