Growing in clusters on the ground/humus near base of a conifer @ ~ 6200 ft.
Caps up to 5.3 cm across, hygrophanous, dry and splitting easily(gelatinous structure).
Spore print brown with a slight purplish tint.
Spores ~ 7.2-8.1 X 4.2-5.1 microns, slightly elongate(Qavg = 1.64)and with no obvious germ pore.
Gill cystidia fairly abundant, mostly rostrate to mucronate and somewhat thick-walled.


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Recognized by sight
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Recognized by sight: one of the Rhodopsathyrella like P. spadicea
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