Notes: On humus in mixed hardwood forest.
Large collybioid Marasmius.
Pileus-Convex to Plano-convex, 3.0-6.0 cm, rugose, disc tawny brown, and pinkish buff or cream toward margin.
Lamellae- adnexed, close, at first white to buff, then becoming cream-buff in age, edges pruinose.
Stipe- glabrous, 6.0-10.5 cm x 0.3-0.8 cm, more or less equal with white basal mycelium.
Odor- mild, slightly alkaline or raphanoid.
Taste- mild, acidulous or slightly bitter.
Spore Print- White
Strongly dextrinoid tramal hyphae, becoming vinaceous red in Melzer’s
Pileipellis- hymeniform, composed of cylindric, clavate, broadly clavate, vesiculose cells 11-38 X 6-20 microns.
Caulocystidia- absent .
Spores- 6.0-9.0 X 3.0-4.5 microns, narrowly elliptical to subcylindrical, slightly inequilateral in profile, hyaline, inamyloid, smooth.
Pleurocystidia- abundant, fusoid or ventricose, inamyloid, refractive, 45-60 × 7-10.0 microns.
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