Notes: These were growing under mixed conifers @ ~ 4300 ft.
Caps up to 2.5 cm across.
Brown spores, smooth, elliptical with a pronounced apiculus and ~ 8.9-11.0 X 6.0-7.0 microns.
Fairly abundant gill cystidia that was frequently encrusted and variable in form from utriform to flexuose.
No strong odor.
Couldn’t find much information on I. abjecta but there was some indication that it is a possibility.
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