Growing on on semi-grassy, sandy ground in the Big Sandy Creek Unit.
Caps up to 3.5 cm across and very delicate as were the stems.
Spore print white and spores dextrinoid.
Spores ~ 10.9-14.4 X 4.0-5.0 microns, spindle-shaped.
I think these are more likely L clypeolaria rather than L. magnispora because of the more subdued yellowish coloring, the slightly shorter spores and the more rounded shape of the spores.
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Created: 2013-06-21 18:50:35 CDT (-0400)
Last modified: 2013-06-21 18:58:48 CDT (-0400)
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