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Thanks for the hint – those pics have convinced me now that I have the species in question.
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I looked at the species at Mushrooms of Quebec. Pictures are too tiny, but one looks exactly like mine. From what I gather (and the Google traslation from French was really wanting) they talk about velvety surface and/or more hairy one. I don’t know the level of expertise of the author (like myself, he could be just a beginner), but there are no other good choices for this mushroom. There are some European species that were not found in the US (yet). I guess for now we’ll settle on P.brumalis, unless someone offers some revolutionary ideas.
I had it identified as such for a long time, until I read several descriptions, including M.Cuo, stating that the edge is supposed to be smooth in this species – that’s one of the ID characteristics. I looked at other pictures all over the place – smooth edges everywhere (or just barely velvety). This guy has very hairy edge, which could be seen above & below on the cap. All the other features say P.brumalis. I’m puzzled.
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