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I didn’t know about the cedar-odored white(ish) Cuphophyllus.
I used to call the slender ones “boralis” and the more sustantial ones “virgineus.” Never noticed a strong odor in any of these. Hygrophorus pudorinus is whitish with a strong odor, but it’s much more robust than these white Cuphophyllus.
“Waxcap Mushrooms of ENA” lists spore size for C. virgineus as 6-9×4-6 and C. russocoriaceus as 6-9×4.5-6. (Just now noticed russocoriaceus in the waxcap book.)
between C. russocoriaceus and C. virgineus? Looking at C. russocoriaceus observations, some remind me of what I had once called C. borealis. I thought that borealis had been lumped in with virgineus.