Notes: Growing in a grass strip along sidewalk (suburban area), under spruces.
Collected on a wet day; caps viscid, stems not viscid. Odor none, or mildly of almonds.
Spore print white, spores 8-9 × 5-5.5 microns.
Compared with descriptions of H. agathosmus, H. pustulatus and H. morrisii. Stem surface is peculiar and one would expect it to be a distinguishing characteristic. Kind of woolly, from top to bottom. Perhaps that’s “furfuraceous-flocculent” of H. morrisii.
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