Collection location: Larch Mountain, Multnomah Co., Oregon, USA [Click for map]
Some Cortinarius I can put names on. This is not one of them. Pleaes be my guest. Found in a predominantly Western hemlock forest at about 2300 feet elevation.
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…but one can never know without more analysis. Here again, we need to know what the odor of the fresh material was. Hebeloma tends to have a distinct odor of radishes.
Might also be Hebeloma, it has the look, there are a few with veils also. Good luck on putting a name on it.
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