Both cap and stem very slimy.
Cap extremely viscid, stem also viscid.
Under Tilia (basswood).
Under redwood, Douglas fir and tan oak.
Cap and stipe very viscid and fragile.
Extremely fragile and slimy on both the cap and stipe.
Growing in hardwood leaf litter.
Growing on bamboo duff.
Extremely fragile and slimy.
Very fragile. Strong farinaceous odor.
Both the cap and the stem are extremely slimy. Its the slimiest stem I have ever seen.
Mild farinaceous odor, similar to cucumber.
Under redwood and tan oak.
Under Monterey Cypress near Agaricus californicus - landscaped area with thick cypress duff and supplemental watering
Gills very free, fused to form a sort of "collarium"
Partial veil sooty gray, forming bands on the stipe.
Cap with a "hammered"/rivulose appearance, thinly viscid
Reminiscent of Hygrophorus olivaceoalbus
My first encounter with this species. Almost certainly undescribed but may be a Tulloss nom. prov.