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but I haven’t got material to examine anymore. I will revisit the area again and if found will do some micrographs of the pileipellis.
Thanks for looking!
Can you post a micrograph of a cross section of the pileipellis? Make sure to note any pileocystidia or projecting hyphae.
The spores could match P. conopilus but the presence of pleurocystidia means that it can not be that taxon.
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