Notes: Stem was long and strait, aprox 13 cm. Cap diameter approximately 6 cm. Found on humus (no burried wood was found when removing specimen). No volva attatched to the base to the stipe.
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the texture of the cap seems to indicate sect. Hispidoderma
I have tried pinching the stipe in different areas to see if it can account for any true “bruising” and it does not appear so. Also the context inside the stipe and on the cap does not bruise.
turning blue in the new photographs??
Would think it wouldn’t be too hard to get to species with this one. Definately not in P. cervinus group.
I will take some more pictures of it, it was more of a pinkish tan. Very different from P. cervinus I think, and the very strait and narrow stipe is different as well. I will upload some microscope images as well.
the cap completely white?
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