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orirubens and atrosquamosum smell like honey
squarrulosum (former atrosquamosum) and basirubens like pepper
olivaceotinctum like pepper & honey
And this is not orirubens or olivaceotinctum, so what’s remains in the key is atrosquamosum… and it grows with conifers (also according to Funga Nordica).
Odd. T. atrosquamosum and T. squarrulosum smell peppary.