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The two species you mention: their pictures indeed look closer than H. petaloides to what we have in this observation. I don’t know; it’s the first Hohenbuehelia I’ve ever found.
and capture of the metuloids!
The somewhat hairy cap leads me to think that it’s not petaloides.
A couple of other species with similar spores are auriscalpium (on hardwoods) and abietina (on conifers).
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