Notes: Odor and taste unpleasant, strongly farinacaous.
Spores subcylindrical, 5.5 – 6 × 3 micrometers, white, minutely ornamented, with an obvious hilar appendage.
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First of all, odor interpretation is variable. Second, here are some references as suggested by DesJardin’s list (available from MykoWeb), but I doubt they’ll include much coverage of Camarophyllopsis.
Largent, D. L. 1985. Hygrophoraceae. In: Agaricales of California. Ed. by H. D. Thiers. Mad River Press, Eureka CA. 208 p.
Hesler, L. R. & A. H. Smith. 1963. North American species of Hygrophorus. Univ. of Tennessee Press, Knoxville. 416 p.
Boertmann, D. 1995. The genus Hygrocybe. Fungi of Northern Europe. Vol. 1: 1-184.
Candusso, M. 1997. Hygrophorus s.l. Fungi Europaei 6. Liberia Basso, Alassio. 784 p.
Bird, D. J. & D. W. Grund. 1979. Nova Scotian species of Hygrophorus. Proc. Nova Scotian Inst. Sci. 29: 1-131.
Singer, R. 1978. Keys for the identification of species of Agaricales II. Sydowia 31: 271-279. [Camarophyllus].
It does look like C. foetens, but the odor is different. What is a good reference for Camarophyllopsis?
some kind of Camarophyllopsis?
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