The gills were fairly white here, but the next day the gills had turned pinkish-light-brown.

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Recognized by sight: This species is more common than P. cervinus here due to the large amount of conifer wood
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Used references: Justo, A., Malysheva, E., Bulyonkova, T., Vellinga, E. C., Cobian, G., Nguyen, N., … & Hibbett, D. S. (2014). Molecular phylogeny and phylogeography of Holarctic species of Pluteus section Pluteus (Agaricales: Pluteaceae), with description of twelve new species. Phytotaxa, 180(1), 1-85.
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Recognized by sight: Looks like Pluteus cervinus, but montane in the spring, and on conifer.

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Stay away from changing observation names posted by other users!
By: Oluna & Adolf Ceska (
2016-11-22 10:15:35 CET (+0100)

If you have any “better” suggestion, send it to the original user as a Comment and leave it on him/her to change the name of his/her observation. Deprecation and Consensus are not in the mycological vocabulary, they are the Mushroom Observer artifacts. Stay away from them.
If you have any suggestion of a “better name” send it to the originla user as a Comment. We are grateful for any suggetions of better ID or better “naming” but unless they are done as Comments, we ignore them.