Collection location: Gasthof Thaler, Großotten, Bezirk Gmünd, Lower Austria, Austria [Click for map]
also known as Camarophyllus virgineus var. or even fo. ochraceopallidus. Imo it is clearly a distinct species.
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I have no idea about DNA but it lacks the smell of fuscescens and is a bit more brownish like borealis/berkeleyanus and the like. I think it is a very difficult group to deal with and am glad that my finds have been checked by the right people. Unfortunately I cannot find a picture of Camarophyllus/Cuphophyllus/Hygrocybe berkeleyanus/berkeleyi or whatever the right name shall be altho I found it not so far away from this spot as well as H. borealis. There is also a cereopallida to make it full to the brim :)
but not too far from fuscescens either..
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