Notes: Growing in moss.
Spores 9-12 × 5-6 microns. Cheilocystidia 25 × 8, capitellum 4 microns. A large basidium 25 × 6; sterigmata 5 microns. Four-spored.
Eliminated G. tibiicystis because spores are not strongly verrucose.
See Ceskas’ observations: 129940, 123270, 93629.
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These mushrooms are gone. Only one survived the night in decent condition, and I used much of it for microscopy. No herbarium specimen. No harm: Judy Roger (OMS) says this Galerina is common here.
Also I think you will find that the spores are not dextrinoid. And there are no clamp connections…
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