Much more rare than P. neoxalapensis – We found about 30 of those today and only two P. heimii. The P. heimii was not growing from moss, and was about a foot from P. fagicola, which was.
This collection has very abundant pseudocystidia. Pseudocystidia is similar to pleurocystidia, except that it is larger, can arise from either the subhymenium or lamellar trama, is grey in color and can occur on the gill edge with the cheilocystidia.
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