Collection location: Bellingham, Whatcom Co., Washington, USA [Click for map]
Micro to follow
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Personally I doubt the consensus. Thought this was a grassland species. Looks very different from other P.olivaceus that have been observed. These are stouter. These also appear to be feeding on leaves and woody debris.
i took a hard look, there were no sulphidia
Great find and great shots! One of the best observations of P. olivaceus to date.
The spores look roughened, no dimensions as my computer is broken, ill try to fix it or get piximtre soon. As you can see its got 4-strigmate basidia, and bowling pin shaped cheilo without crystals at the apex, which rules out fimicola. I think the best fit is still P. olivaceus because of the highly roughened spores. Although it looks like the pixels in the first two pics are causing roughening but they are not. The spores in my thoughts are roughened, almost scaly, there seems to be slight ridges where the shape changes. Its a lot easier to see on the scope. What you think Byrain
no micro yet, working on hw, then maybe hah
The 7th picture looks like P. cinctulus and different from the earlier pictures, any micro yet?