Notes: These seemed to be growing on conifer debris at ~ 3700 Ft.
The spores were amyloid and spinulose to wartty; ~ 6.0-7.0 X 4.3-5.0 microns.
They appeared to be a smaller and slightly more delicate version of Leucopaxillus albissimus. The largest one had a cap that was 8.3 cm across and the gills were mostly adnate to slightly decurrent.
I thought the odor was somewhat farinaceous and the taste was mild.
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