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I had no will or the time for research.Love to walk in the woods and look for mushrooms…
may get you a little closer to the I. fastigiata ID. I have collected some Inocybes that look like fastigiata but have stellate spores. Even if one sees the bean-shaped spores, it is still debatable that the name “fastigiata” applies. Kuo proposes that several different species names may be lumped under this heading. I. fastigiata has large spores, with one report of lengths up to 18 mu.