Habitat: redwood (sequoia sempervirens) and bay (umbellularia californica)
Scent: farinaceous, but not too strong
Cap: glabrous orange-brown/brown-orange becoming creamier/lighter toward a faint pellucid-striate margin. Smooth and dry to just barely viscid and strongly hygrophanous. Disc large, darker orange and poorly defined.
Gills bright white and not decurrent, then duller. Spore print white. Cap margin extends neatly beyond gills.
Apex of stem white, the rest darker orange-pink to dull reddish-brown.


Proposed Names

29% (1)
Recognized by sight
57% (1)
Recognized by sight: distinct farinaceous odor and taste,
proper appearance and gill formation,
keyed out with key below
Used references: California Clitocybe Key (Gregory), mycoportal, mycoquebec

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