|I’d Call It That||3.0||10.74||2||(Alan Rockefeller,mycotrope)|
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whatever this is it’s really cool. Microphotos would be awesome if the specimen is still around.
Micrographs would be great to see. I have never seen a branching Inocybe either, nor one with forked gills.
There are elements with this that might bring Cleistocybe to mind, but they fall short for any known members of the genus. The veil here is considerably more fibrillose than Cleistocybe, the basidiocarps smaller, and the pilius too dry for the fall fruiting C. gomphidioides. It’s interesting though that Smith collected C. gomphidioides a few miles from here somewhere near the upper Priest River. The clincher though, is the presence of brown spores in this obs which I failed to mention.
I also don’t recall seeing a branching Inocybe before, which incidentally I have seen in Cleistocybe vernalis. I was also intrigued by the seriously branching gills.
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