Growing in fir needle duff. Caps up to 6.5 cm across. Taste mild. Cap and stipe flesh white. Stipe content chambered and stipe exterior bruising reddish brown when handled. Spore print white(scant) Spores amyloid and ~ 5.7-7.1 X 4.5-6.0(6.7) microns, subglobse to broadly ellipsoid, with some low warts. Fits most of the descriptions for R. brunneola. R. cerolens is another good possibility. The chambered stipe and bruising of the stipe is enough to push the ID in that direction despite some negatives.