Notes: These look to be the same as http://mushroomobserver.org/observer/show_observation/30009 and were found in basically the same spot.
The caps were viscid and up to 9.6 cm across.
Spores were ~ 7.0-7.9 X 4.8-5.1 microns, which agreed closely with the previous collection.
KOH reactions were also very similar with all the surfaces turning some shade of red.
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This is one of the 5 species of C. glaucopus group[ in our area — this one actually is in the C. magicus clade. Will publish it eventually as a part of a wholesale treatment of the Section.D.
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