Collected and IDed to genus by Phil Yeager.
These are larger and paler than what I have previously IDed as P. ovoideocystidiata. Bluing on all parts is splotchy but prominent. Cap shape and bent/twisted fibrous stipe agree with my concept of ovoideocystidiata.
On wood chips.
Microscope getting serviced. Hoping to look at some spores soon.
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