Under a tree that looks a bit like alder.
Cheilocystidia of at least four types, ovoid, clavate, fusiform, or conical, often with metuloid encrustations at the apex.
Pleurocystidia fusiform with encrustations at the apex.
Spores minutely verrucose, 8 × 4 micrometers, ellipsoid and slightly inequalateral.
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