Notes:
Growing at the base of a very standing rotten tree and some nearby logs in the floodplain of Clear Creek. Nearby trees were Acer negundo, Tilia americana, Ulmus rubra and Acer saccharum. The site was downhill from a man-made woodpile. Gills pink, free and with concolorous margins. Some stipes with gray bases. No blue bruising. Did not notice the caps being hygrophanous. Pileipellis composed of brown, rounded cellular elements. Spores measurements (from gill fragment) from Piximetre: 4.4 [4.9 ; 5.2] 5.7 × 4.3 [4.7 ; 5] 5.4 µm, Q = [1 ; 1.06] 1.1 ; N = 20 ; C = 95%, Me = 5 × 4.8 µm ; Qe = 1

Individual spores: 5.52 × 5.05 µm, 5.19 × 4.83 µm, 5.01 × 4.97 µm, 4.85 × 4.69 µm, 5.23 × 5.03 µm, 4.73 × 4.61 µm, 5.27 × 5.01 µm, 4.64 × 4.60 µm, 4.47 × 4.17 µm, 5.51 × 5.44 µm, 5.78 × 5.05 µm, 5.33 × 4.92 µm, 5.19 × 5.03 µm, 5.23 × 4.99 µm, 4.63 × 4.63 µm, 4.82 × 4.68 µm, 4.68 × 4.56 µm, 4.91 × 4.86 µm, 5.18 × 5.01 µm, 4.70 × 4.59 µm

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Growing next to Simocybe cenctulus.
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Pileipellis in phloxine under my 40x lens
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Spores from gill fragment in phloxine under oil objective

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