Notes: Scattered in leaves; CAP 1.5-3 cm, hygrophanous, faint silky veil remnants on cap near margin?; STIPE white cottony in bottom half, smooth with dk brown spores visible in striations in upper half, brown and hollow inside, not enlarged at base; SPORE very dark brown (visible on top half of stipe); ODOR none.
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Yup, I think this was one of the ones that dried nicely in that last day of sun. If anyone is interested in any of these from Tierra del Fuego — I especially have quite a few corts, Dmitri — just let me know. Not all are in pristine condition, but a number are pretty good.
Very cool species, though I don’t know which one! I hope you dry it and keep it in your collection.
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