Notes:
compare with Observation 272963 & Observation 272965

Pileus: ~3-5cm in diam, oily, viscid when moist, very smooth when dry, strongly hygrophanous; 58D when young (lighter at margin) ranging to 5a2 at palest; flesh ~2mm thick at disc, tapering toward margin; context concolorous or slightly lighter.

Lamellae: 5A2 when young to 5C3 to 6F5 in age, distinct highlights /iridescence (20D4) on one specimen; lamellulae in two series; up to 8mm in breadth; edged with white (cheilocystidia?); sinuate attachment with decurrent tooth.

Stipe: fibrous, slightly twisted in some specimens, apex with lines from gill impressions, roughly concolorous with cap, sometimes with darker longitudinal streaks, stuffed at first, soon hollow; ~5.5-6.5 cm in length, ~3-5mm thick, base slightly enlarged.

Partial Veil: present in young specimens, fading quickly; white, cottony, fibrous

Spore Deposit: deep purple brown/black, 10F10 and darker.

Odor/Taste: mild/cucumbery

Substrate: in grass

Habitat: landscaped/cultivated area, ~3400m

Ecoregion: Central Andean Wet Puna (NT1003)

Collector(s): D. Newman

Collection #: DSN12.002

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