Fruiting in grass beneath Doug fir.
Cap: with light orange dust(similar to caps of Phaeolepiota aurea) shaggy white remnants on margin.
Gills: white, close.
Stem: bulbous at base, lacking ubiquitous scales(old specimen).
Scent: Extremely pungent(of green corn). I left my apartment after spore printing on tin foil-upon my return 3 hours later- my entire living room reeked!
Spores: elliptical, smooth. Unfortunately I don’t have any Melzer’s to show amyloid reaction.
Temp: upper 60’s, sunny.
Cystoderma key-PNW key council attached below:
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|I’d Call It That||3.0||5.93||1||(Hendre17)|
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