Notes:
Under small oak trees.

Alonso and I correctly guessed that this was P. fagicola in the field due to the deep gills, dark colors on the cap and at the stipe apex, and unusually small size.

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Gill closeup with natural light
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Gill closeup with natural flash

Proposed Names

87% (1)
Recognized by sight: Dark color, small size, deep gills
Based on microscopic features: Microscopy by Alonso found that there was just one type of cheilocystidia and pseudocystidia were absent.

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