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Certainly not what we call T. saponaceum in California.
They do smell like soap.
Pretty common in the area, we have a pile of them at the fungus fair every year.
developed as per age and/or handling. Neither MushroomExpert nor C du Q mentions this for T. saponaceum. There are some Trichs that are known to do this.
I wonder if there’s a Las Vegas line on “saponaceum” representing a group?
I assume they smelled like soap.