Gill margin reddish-brown. Odor mildly raphanoid when crushed. No taste.
Spores typically 11-12 × 4-5, some 14 microns long, one 14×2. Basidia 4-spored, 7.5 microns wide, sterigmata 7.5. Cheilocystidia 60-70 × 15-20. Pleurocystia up ot 85 × 17, abundant, but not seen as dots under dissecting scope.
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In some Mycenenas it’s difficult to extricate the cystidia and manage to see a single one in its entirety. In others, like here, they just flow around after a little pressure is applied to the cover slide. I did nothing special.
How did you manage to get all those cheilocystidia lined up? Just chance? :)
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