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The inner fibrills on the cap and bluish colors on the underside do suggest glaucopus s.l., but the color of the pilleus is quite unusual. The spores should be small for this species. There are other members of the Glaucopodes Section, some of them undescribed from our area. This would have been an interesting collection to keep.