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T. dryophilum is common with Live Oak in California and starts out with a pale creamy colored cap that darkens in an irregular blotchy manner whereas T. ustale is uncommon (at least to me) and the cap starts out with a dark brown disc and brownish margin.
Also T. ustale is NOT farinaceous, but T. dryophilum does smell farinaceous.
It looks like a tricholoma… I am not very good at these though! It looks kinda like a populina… that si something that can be common up here in Seattle but the habitat is obviously off.