In sandy soil (almost all sand). Hygrophanous.
Four-spored. Spores 9-11 × 5-7 microns. Basidia 25 × 11, 35x 10. Cheilocystidia 50-55 × 12 microns. Caulocystidum 55 × 15.
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I thought it was a slip—-that you wanted to say cystidia, but added the Greek plural ending -ata. :)
I was thinking of the species G. caulocystidiata.. but it’s supposed to have a bit smaller cystidia and a tiny fibrillose ring-zone on the stem.
There is a photo of caulo’s. But I forgot to write the measures of cheilo’s. Will add in a moment. Thanks!
also considered caulocystidiata?
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