Notes: Growing on grass.
Caps up to about 9 cm across and radially fibrillose.
Spore print black.
Spores ~ 9.0-12.0 X 6.0-7.2 microns, densely warted and with a large hyaline snout.
Cheilocystidia abundant usually subcapitate and flexuous.
According to Michael Kuo there is a study by Padamsee et al that separates this species from L. lacrymabunda and the spores of L. velutina apparently are more coarsely warted.
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